Ask for Help !!
The most important thing for first-year students to learn about the library
ASK FOR HELP !!
Chat, e-mail, telephone or in person,
come and seek our help.
IT'S WHY WE'RE HERE !!
These are three of the most useful databases for the topics explored in this course. Two are multidisciplinary, which means that you're likely to find scholarly, magazine, or newspaper articles about most topics. As a bonus, you'll find lots of full-text articles. The third is an excellent history database.
Finding Books, in Jackson Library and around the world
Catalog of materials here in The University Libraries or available electronically. NOTE: We are in the process of moving to another catalog "system". Please come and ask if you have any questions !!
Here is a GREAT GUIDE to using the new catalog: WorldCat Local/New Search
A database listing books, manuscripts, films, etc. from libraries all over the United States and many foreign countries.
Phone: (336) 334-3215
151 Jackson Library
Art, Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Classical Studies, Theatre, Interior Architecture, Community and Therapeutic Recreation, Mathematics, International and Global Studies
About Your Librarian:
A scholar of the Boston artist/book designer Amy Sacker. See www.amysacker.net