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Don’t miss any of the news, tips, and updates coming out of LITS! You can subscribe to our site by: RSS – Click on the orange RSS icon at the bottom of any page and select your preferred feed reading method. … Continue reading
New to Library of Congress? Need to find a book on the shelf? Wondering about the structure of a call number? Want to browse subjects? Our Call Number Tutorial explains each part of the call number and how to use … Continue reading
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SplashData has just released a list of the 25 most popular passwords. If your password is one of the following, you should really change it. You can update your passwords across all of Goddard’s systems by visiting: http://activate.goddard.edu password 123456 … Continue reading
Don’t want the library software to keep track of your reading history? No problem! We have the system set to keep histories so you can see everything you’ve checked out. If you don’t want that, simply follow the instructions in … Continue reading
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Google has just deployed Offline Google Apps access. This means you can work seamlessly with your email, docs, and calendar while away from an internet access. You do need to use the Google Chrome browser and install a simple plug-in … Continue reading
Creating documents for printing using Google Docs for Goddard just got easier! Google added visual page breaks to documents so you can see how your text will fit on the printed page. Read more at http://googledocs.blogspot.com/2011/04/pagination-comes-to-google-docs.html?m=1
We are delighted to announce that you can now export citations into RefWorks directly from the library catalog simply by clicking on the link in the side menu of any item! If you’re not using RefWorks, you don’t know what … Continue reading