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In addition to tons of apples, pears and acorn squash, GFU Libraries recently harvested a bumper crop of new books. Come on in and take a look at our latest acquisitions, or browse the titles online.
Image via Wikipedia In 2010 we saw the take off of the tablet computer with the introduction of Apple’s touchscreen iPad. It was also the year of the smartphone and the app. Mobile technology is everywhere and gaining momentum giving … Continue reading
Image by georgefoxuniversity via Flickr The library is now offering a new resource for students participating in the Juniors Abroad Program. Find helpful resources through the library for planning your travel abroad and class presentations. From the library homepage click … Continue reading
Image via Wikipedia A recent report, M-Libraries: Information use on the move, released by the University of Cambridge, shows that students are much more interested in accessing the library schedule, location and contact information, and the library catalog than they … Continue reading
The library offers subject guides for all major disciplines. You can find them by going to the library homepage and clicking on the “Resources by Subject” tab at the top. From there you will be able to select the subject … Continue reading
GFU libraries offer a lot of quick and helpful information in the “How do I…” section which is available on the library’s homepage.
As a service to the international students we have added some new content to the library website. We hope that these new resources will provide a helpful starting point for our international students as they learn to use the library … Continue reading
Do you want to reserve a study room at the library? Information about this is accessible from both the “About” section and from the “Services” section of the library Website.