News from the Library: Remote Assistance, Sustainability Books and Music Streaming

Ask a Librarian Remote Assistance

During this busy time of the semester, reference librarians can answer your students' (and your own) questions about research and library resources. When the day is just too busy to find time to get to the library, though, the Ask a Librarian chat reference service is the answer.

During regular reference desk hours (Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., 6-10 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 1-9 p.m.), librarians are available to answer online questions from students, faculty, and staff. From queries about finding journal articles or starting the research process, to support for citing sources and troubleshooting database access, Ask a Librarian is your go-to resource for remote help. Ask a Librarian is also available via text message during regular reference hours. Simply go to the library homepage at meredith.edu/library and click on the Ask a Librarian link at the top right of the page, or text us at (919) 335-5220.

Sustainability Book Display for Earth Day
In celebration of Earth Day on April 22nd, come check out Carlyle Campbell Library's display of books on sustainability. Featured books include titles on building & landscape design, food & nutrition, climate change, business innovation, social responsibility, and many other topics. The display can be found on the main floor of the library through the end of April.

Music Streaming Service
If you like to listen to music and love the convenience of streaming from the Internet, then Naxos Music Library is for you. The library's subscription to Naxos Music Library provides CD-quality streaming music that can be accessed from work or home, day or night. Genres include classical, blues, jazz, folk, world music, and more--all searchable by title, genre, composer/artist, country, or instrument. Find Naxos Music Library by clicking N under the Articles & Databases tab on the library homepage, meredith.edu/library.

--Submitted by Jennifer Hanft, Reference Librarian

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