Interim hours begin Wednesday, December 12

2018-12-11T16:33:13-05:00By |Library News|

Beginning Wednesday, December 12, the Library will move from regular hours to interim hours as follows: Wednesday, December 12 – Thursday, December 20: 8 AM to 5 PM (closed Saturday and Sunday) Friday, December 21 – Tuesday, January 1: Closed for Winter Break Wednesday, January 2 – Sunday, January 20: 8 AM to 5 PM [...]

What have you been waiting to read?

2018-12-11T16:34:17-05:00By |Library News|

A new display on the first floor of the Library asks what you've been waiting to read all semester. Featuring classic literature from a range of writers, the display is teasing those who aren't quite finished with final exams. Whether it's to pay tribute to the late Philip Roth, to catch the new Roxane Gay, [...]

Biff! Bam! Pow! Library Unmasks Cupp Comic Collection

2018-12-03T16:36:51-05:00By |Library News|

Thanks to a generous donation of more than 400 items from SRSU staff member Scott Cupp, Sul Ross State University students can now join forces with (or against) a bevy of new super heroes—all from the familiar comfort of Wildenthal Library’s third floor. According to Lori Schreiber, the Library’s director of technical services, Cupp’s comics [...]

Summertime in the Library

2018-07-24T10:33:36-05:00By |Library News|

Right about the time that graduating Lobos are ordering their robes in the spring, the librarians sit down to hash out our summer projects: What collections will we focus on rejuvenating? Which databases do we want to try to highlight for fall? What games and lesson plans should we develop for orientation sessions? And then suddenly [...]

New Online Resources for Legal Research

2018-05-22T13:27:54-05:00By |Library News|

Your library recently added the following online resources to support your research: HeinOnline Gun Regulation and Legislation in America This database brings together more than 500 titles dealing with this difficult and important topic. Included are periodicals, key compiled federal legislative histories, relevant congressional hearings, CRS Reports, Supreme Court briefs, and more. Links to nearly [...]

New Online Resources on History and Education

2018-05-01T08:29:20-05:00By |Library News|

We would like to point your attention to some online resources that have been added to the Library’s Databases A-Z list: AAS Historical Periodicals Collection Series 1: 1691-1820 The AAS Historical Periodicals Collection: 1691-1820 presents over 500 titles from 1691 through 1820. Representing over two centuries of print culture from early colonial imports to titles [...]

Flipster on Trial: Come and Read Our Digital Magazines!

2018-07-24T10:35:03-05:00By |Library News|

The Sul Ross Library has arranged a trial of Flipster, the digital magazine platform from EBSCO. The trial is available through 4/21/2018. Flipster is a next-generation digital magazine solution that makes it easy for you to access our subscribed magazines. You can read the magazines online, and download magazines to read offline, anytime, anywhere [...]

Library Service Interruptions During Winter Break

2017-12-13T14:23:59-05:00By |Library News|

Finals are wrapping up and the Library is shifting into holiday hours. While the Library website, including databases, library guides and tutorials, will remain available 24/7, please note that the Bryan Wildenthal Memorial Library in Alpine will reduce hours between December 13 and January 16 and be CLOSED between December 21 and January 2. (See [...]

Resource Spotlight: CAMIO

2017-10-24T09:21:13-05:00By |Library News, Resource Spotlight|

One lesser known resource living in our Databases A-Z listing is CAMIO, the Catalog of Art Museum Images Online. Sure, you can do a Google Image Search any day... but how about cutting out the ads and taking yourself on a virtual field trip to The Detroit Institute of Arts (see also: or the Walker Art [...]

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