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There are step-by-step instructions available on the library's Web page. You need to use your NW username and your NW Windows password when asked for a username and password. If you have any problems downloading the software, please call Academic Computing at 660-562-1634 for assistance. If you have problems using the databases to find the information you need, please call Owens Library at 660-562-1193 during Reference Service Hours.
The librarians have developed guides for citing print sources, full-text periodical articles from online databases such as EBSCOhost and Gale, and Web pages. Examples from four style manuals (MLA, APA, Turabian, and Scientific Style-CSE) are available at Citing Sources. If your source isn't listed on the page, the complete style manuals are available in the library.
There are prioritized lists of databases to use for each major on campus from the Search for Articles Web page. For example, if you're taking a Biology course and need to find articles for that class (even if your major is Mathematics), click on Biological Sciences on the Find by Subject list. The titles are in recommended order for usefulness to find articles on topics common to each major.
Yes, you may! Step-by-step instructions are provided for renewing books online.
You can call the library and speak with Kathy Howell at 660-562-1195 or you can e-mail her at: email@example.com. She maintains the overdue files and will have the paperwork for your charges.
Instructions are available for limiting to peer-reviewed articles through EBSCOhost and checking the status of a journal title through UlrichsWeb.
|Camcorder (Includes Flip Video)||3 Day Checkout|
|LCD Projector||3 Day Checkout|
|Digital Camera||3 Day Checkout|
|DVD Player||1 Week Checkout|
|Lecturnette (public address system)||1 Week Checkout|
|Microphone||1 Week Checkout|
|Notebook Computer||1 Week Checkout|
|Overhead Projector||1 Week Checkout|
|Power Inverter||1 Week Checkout|
|Projection Screen||1 Week Checkout|
|Tape Recorder||1 Week Checkout|
|Tripod||1 Week Checkout|
|VCR||1 Week Checkout|
|MP3 Player||21 Day Checkout|
|e-Reader||21 Day Checkout|
You can view your library account online and it will show which books you have checked out and when they are due.
A list of borrower types (faculty, staff, undergraduate, graduate, etc.) and loan periods can be found on the Circulation Policy Composite List.
It's easy to borrow books from another Missouri library. Most books are received in Owens Library within two days of placing the request. Step-by-step instructions are available on the library's Web page.
Instructions are available to search the library catalog by author or by title. It is also possible to use other methods of finding out which materials Owens Library owns by using keywords, subject headings, or call numbers.
Find periodical titles (print & electronic) by entering the title of the journal, magazine, or newspaper publication.
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