Past Issues

Published for the Swarthmore campus and the larger academic community, @library.edu highlights new services and events, and provides a forum for discussion of broader library issues.

Fall 2012, v. 15 (1)

  • Library ebooks: Licensing and ownership
  • Is being friendly and courteous enough?
Fall 2011, v. 14 (1)

  • Library offers films, streaming video, viewing facilities
  • Print preservation: the library collection in shifting sands

Spring 2012
, v. 14 (2)

  • New version of Tripod searches simultaneously for journal articles and books
  • Tri-college team uses VuFind and Primo for Tripod

 

Newsletter Fall 2010 Fall 2010, v. 13 (1)

  • New online resources and artists books
  • Streaming collections
Newsletter Spring 2011 Spring 2011, v. 13 (2)

  • Reference librarians are here for you!
  • Triceratops begins with two collections.
Newsletter Fall 2009 Fall 2009, v. 12 (1)

  • Library faces budget challenges
  • Digital exhibits
Newsletter Spring 2010 Spring 2010, v. 12 (2)

  • E-book readers
  • Alums donate Geneva Bible
  • Philagrafica 2010
Fall 2008 Fall 2008, v. 11 (1)

  • It's a Small World exhibit
  • Students' library research skills
Spring 2009 Spring 2009, v. 11 (2)

  • Using collections for course assignments
  • Everything is connected
Fall 2007 Fall 2007, v. 10 (1)

  • The library as place: a new perspective
  • FHL curator helps History Detectives
Spring 2008 Spring 2008, v. 10 (2)

  • Achievements
    and future plans
  • Students and the suggestion book
Fall 2006 Fall 2006, v. 9 (1)

  • Forecasting the future
  • When I was your age...
Spring 2007 Spring 2007, v. 9 (2)

  • College archives
  • Advancing information literacy
Fall 2005 Fall 2005, v. 8 (1)

  • Google Scholar is another research tool
  • What are you reading?
Spring 2006 Spring 2006, v. 8 (2)

  • Cool stuff at the library
  • McCabe Library as seen by the student newspaper
Fall 2004 Fall 2004, v. 7 (1)

  • Open access - free research for all?
  • Favorite websites of staff and faculty
Spring 2005 Spring 2005, v. 7 (2)

  • Something for everyone at the libraries
  • Helping a library in South Africa
Fall 2003 Fall 2003, v. 6 (1)

  • Staff tell how they use the library
  • Library space - not quite the final frontier
Spring 2004 Spring 2004, v. 6 (2)

  • Treasure Room is full of wonders
  • What do those library workers do?
Fall 2002 Fall 2002, v. 5 (1)

  • Karaoke night at the library?
  • Researching the Underground Railroad at FHL
Spring 2003 Spring 2003, v. 5 (2)

  • Get to know the library staff
  • The Patriot Act and libraries
Fall 2001 Fall 2001, v. 4 (1)

  • Impact of digital technology
  • A. Preston and Friends Historical Library
Spring 2002 Spring 2002, v. 4 (2)

  • Meet some of our student assistants
  • Beit Midrash and Library working together
Fall 2000 Fall 2000, v. 3 (1)

  • McCabe main floor has new look
  • Bridging the digital divide
Spring 2001 Spring 2001, v. 3 (2)

  • Faculty assess instructional technology
  • Students review books by alumni
Fall 1999 Fall 1999, v. 2 (1)

  • Survey shows students' views on the library
  • Electronic reserves begin at library
Spring 2000 Spring 2000, v. 2 (2)

  • Faculty discuss student research skills
  • We ask the students: what do you like and dislike about the library?
Spring 1999 Spring 1999, v. 1 (1)

  • After her first year as College Librarian, Peggy Seiden reflects on library's role
  • New popular reading collection in McCabe