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  • Library Newsletter Fall 2016

    Dear Faculty, Staff and Graduate Students;

    Welcome back! On the following pages we’ve highlighted some of our resources and services available for you. All of the titles are linked to the catalog and every picture or blue link goes directly to a page or an e-mail address for

    quick access. Please contact us for more information or with any

    questions you may have.

    We wish you all the best for a great semester.

    High Point University Libraries

    Contact Us:

    Circulation: x9102

    Media: x9103

    Reference: x9101

    Interlibrary Loan: x9170

    Learning Commons: x9002

    SOE Resource Center: x4621

    Library Director: x9215

    Newsletter Contents:

    Academic Video Online page 2

    Archives page 3

    Library Staff page 3

    Workshops page 4

    Film Society page 4

    AXIS360/Open Library page 5

    New Releases page 5

    Liaisons page 6

    School of Education page 6

  • Featured Resource: Academic Video Online (AVON)

    HPU Libraries is excited to announce access to a new streaming video re- source, Academic Video Online (AVON) from Alexander Street Press.

    This collection gives the HPU family access to over 54,000 videos, including such exciting sub collections as PBS Video Collection, 60 Minutes: 1997-2014,

    and The BBC Video Collection.

    For a narrower focus, try one of the Discipline pages linked below to help you get started with this extensive collection:

    Art & Design, Diversity, Health Sciences, History, Literature & Language Music & Performing Arts, Psychology & Counseling, Science & Engineering,

    Social Sciences

    To see all included collections, click on:

    and then on “My Collections” to get links to each of the smaller collections within Academic Video Online from Alexander Street Press.

    If you have any questions about this resource, please contact Amy Chadwell or

    David Bryden.

  • HPU Libraries wishes Andrew Tzavaras all the best as he

    leaves us to attend Oxford University.

    HPU Libraries welcomes Jennifer Erdmann as our new Head

    of Reference. 336-841-9068

    Jenny is liaison to: Anthropology, Criminal Justice, English, Human Relations, Nonprofit Studies,

    Psychology, Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies.

    Archives The Huntington Wholesale Furniture Company catalogs are digitized and

    available for viewing on our archives page.

    Or see the originals when you visit our university archives on the first floor of Smith Library.

    Contact David Bryden or Amy Ruhe with questions about the University Archives.


  • Leisure Reading and Entertainment

    Click here for a complete list of our new DVD releases.

    New DVDs


    New Books

    Click here for the new fiction list. Click here for a list of all new books.

    Leisure Reading and Entertainment

  • Library Liaisons:

    David Bryden: Biology, Business,

    Chemistry, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy,

    Physician Assistant and QEP.

    (336) 841-9215

    Jennifer Erdmann: Anthropology, Criminal

    Justice, English, Human Relations, Nonprofit

    Studies, Psychology, Sociology and Women’s

    and Gender Studies.

    (336) 841-9068

    Robert Fitzgerald: Exercise Science,

    History, Geography, Modern Foreign

    Language, Religion and Philosophy.

    (336) 841-9170

    Leanne Jernigan: Communication Grad,

    Education Grad, Computer Science,

    Education, FYS, Mathematics and Physics.

    (336) 841-9095

    Amy Chadwell: Communication, Media and


    (336) 841-9462

    Andrew Fair: Fine Arts, Interior & Graphic

    Design and Music.

    (336) 841-9101

    Alexandra Frey: SOE Resource Center

    (336) 841-4621

    Please contact your liaison to schedule

    library instruction, order library materials,

    create online library research guides for

    your classes and to schedule a research


    School of Education Resource Center

    The School of Education is ready for another

    great semester!

    We are looking forward to our annual

    Halloween Party this year, we will post the

    date on our Library Events page in early


    We continue to add great new books to our

    collection; see our featured titles below and

    click on the image to link directly to our


    Come by and visit us and don’t forget to bring

    the little ones over to check out books before

    our holiday breaks!

    For more information on the School of

    Education Resource Center, including book

    lists and teaching resources, please see our

    research guide.

    Questions or comments about this newsletter?

    Please contact