Here at the “Circulation Desk” the staff is available to help you locate and check out library items. In addition to the books we also have Kindle e-readers, cameras, calculators and a whole reserve section available for you to use! If you want to check out these items, all you need is your current student ID. We add a bar-code to the back and your ID becomes your library card.
The reserve section is where teachers can put text books and other items on hold for you to look at and use in the library. All you have to do is ask, and we are happy to help you locate what you need.
Linda, Lilly, Tina and Ella are here to help you find what you need and answer any questions you have. Should you need to locate items beyond our normal business hours, we have the Catalog available on line. From there, you can search for and place holds on items, determine which campus the item is located, and view the tremendous online only content.
Remember, here at the library we want you to Succeed, and we welcome your questions.
Welcome to the Library! As always, the library is here to help you do well in your classes from Accounting to Spanish, we have tons of items to help improve your learning experience here at Thomas Nelson! From computers and laptops, books and magazines to the WEPA printers we strive to make sure that you are equipped with what you need to Succeed.
Corey and Dawn are our resident Reference Librarians and they are here to assist you with any research questions you have. They can help you locate resources for that research paper your teacher just assigned. In addition to our librarians, we also have “Research Guides” located on the library website. They are specific to a particular subject, which is a great place to start with any research questions. In the event that you have a questions beyond regular business hours we have an “Ask a Librarian” feature on the Library Website. This is great for those 3 am cram sessions, or those last minute papers.
Sad news in the field of Young Adult Literature. Walter Dean Myers died yesterday. Read the article from the Library of congress blog here: Books Changed His Life
The Hampton library has installed two additional WEPA print stations AND moved all four stations to a central location midway between the circulation desk and the Technology Learning Center. One of the new stations is a high speed Black & White only printer and the other three can print in black & white or color.
WEPA™, is a cloud printing network that will not only print from the LRC computers but also enable students to upload documents from any internet connection and then print them anywhere a WEPA™ kiosk is located. The kiosks can also print documents directly from a USB thumb-drive and mobile devices.