Category Archives: new_stuff

Language Learning with Power Speak

Now available Gale’s Power Speak Languages. This online language learning program includes audio, video, and interactive activities. The courses are designed to meet the National Standards outlined by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages and cover the … Continue reading

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We’ve got new books! Browse the new books webpage.

Ever wonder what new books the library has to offer but can’t stop by to browse the shelves? No worries. Browse our new books webpage at The new books list is organized into subject categories as well as location. … Continue reading

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netLibrary eBook changes

netLibrary, our primary eBook provider, has a new look and new features. For starters, they aren’t calling themselves netLibrary anymore. They were bought several months ago by Ebsco, the same database provider that produces CINAHL, HealthSource, Points of View, and … Continue reading

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Raidernet Library Page Makeover

The Raidernet Library tab has had a makeover. With all of the physical renovations going on at the library, we decided to have a virtual renovation too. We have organized the RaiderNet library page to help students and faculty locate … Continue reading

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Meet Molly Stover, Roane State’s new Web Services Librarian

Your library has a new smart, smiling librarian ready to help. Molly Stover joined the library team on January 3. She will be our Web Services Librarian. Her major duties include helping students, faculty and other library patrons find information; … Continue reading

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History Lovers Rejoice! Two new history databases

The study of history is one of the richest and most rewarding pursuits of human knowledge, IMHO. The problem is textbooks don’t always tell the story in a way that gets us very excited. Ever wish you could cut through … Continue reading

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