View this email in your browser

                     September 2019

Welcome to Dooley Noted, the monthly newsletter for the Oxford College Library! This newsletter provides faculty and staff with information about: new resources, library events, staff profiles, and other featured items.

Welcome Message from the
Dean of the Library

Welcome Oxford College Faculty and Staff to Academic Year 2019-20! As Dean of the Oxford College Library, I would like to invite you to the intellectual hub of campus serving all patrons with 24/7 access for faculty, staff and students during the regular semester. We now have six teaching librarians to support faculty teaching and scholarship. Specifically, we have assigned each faculty member a personal librarian to connect you with library resources and services. Our main objective is to provide excellent customer service for students, faculty and staff!

I know you will appreciate all we can offer you including:
  • an expansive learning commons or an intimate book nook; 
  • multiple collaborative learning spaces; 
  • technology-enriched classrooms; 
  • a gallery featuring the current exhibit, Still Raising Hell: The Art, Activism, and Archives of Camille Billops and James V. Hatch;
  • a Special Collections Reading Room;
  • over 60,000 volumes in compact shelving;
  • technology rich classrooms, study rooms, and a conference room available for online reservations;
  • coffee, café and vending; 
  • outdoor patio; and, 
  • a host of laptops, iPads, and other technology available for check-out.  
The Oxford College Library is so pleased you are here and we appreciate the many areas of expertise you bring to our campus! We look forward to seeing you in the library soon!  
All my best for a successful 2019-20, 

Kitty McNeill, PhD
Dean of the Library
VIDEO: Welcome to the Oxford College Library

Join Us in Welcoming our New Librarians!

Adrienne Button
Head of Library Teaching & Outreach

Adrienne Button, the Oxford College Library’s new Head of Library Teaching and Outreach, comes to us with eleven years of experience as Associate Professor and Instruction Coordinator for the Kaufman Library at Georgia Gwinnett College. She also served as the Assistant Department Head of Research Services. Read More...
Anne Le-Huu Pineault
Teaching & Learning Librarian

Oxford’s Teaching and Learning Librarian, Anne Le-Huu Pineault, was formerly the Management Librarian at the University of Ottawa. Anne received her BA in Liberal Arts and English from Concordia University and her Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Montreal. As a student, she was an intern in the Assessment and User Experience department at Duke University’s Read More...

Paige Crowl

Teaching & Learning Librarian

Savannah Paige Crowl, a San Diego native, comes to Oxford College from the Emory family in Atlanta as the former Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery Specialist at the Pitts Theology Library. Paige is an Emory University graduate who majored in Environmental Sciences with a minor in Political Science.  She served for two years as a research assistant in the Read More...

New Faculty Services & Resources Guide

Visit our NEW Faculty Service and Resource guide to get helpful information on how to access the many resources, services, and tools that are available to all Oxford College faculty.

This guide will help you:
  • Learn how to request items for Course Reserves
  • Search for research materials
  • Request library instruction sessions
Access the Guide

New Resources

We now have access to the following research databases:
  • Africa Knowledge Project: Africa Knowledge Project promotes Critical African Studies and disseminates Africa-centered, evidence-based knowledge on Africa and African Diaspora.
  • CC Search: CC Search searches across more than 300 million images from open APIs and the Common Crawl dataset. It goes beyond simple search to aggregate results across multiple public repositories into a single catalog, and facilitates reuse through features like machine-generated tags and one-click attribution.
  • Gale Primary Sources: Digital historical documents from over 500 years of world history, curated by Gale and partnering libraries from around the world.
  • Making of the Modern Law: Foreign Primary Sources: Historical legal codes, statutes, regulations and commentaries on codes from the UK, France, Germany and other countries in northern Europe.
  • RIPM Jazz (Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals: Jazz): 105 full-text, searchable jazz periodicals published in the United States between 1914–2000.
If you have questions about any of these resources or if you have suggestions for new resources we should add, please contact your Personal Librarian.

The New York Times: Digital Access

Breaking news! Emory Libraries offer continuous access to the digital, browsable version of The New York Times to Emory students, faculty, and staff. Ready to start reading The New York Times online? Click the button below to access the instructions for setting up your account.
Account Setup


Contact Us
Copyright ©  2019 Oxford College Library, All rights reserved.

Oxford College Library  |  801 Emory Street Oxford, Georgia  30054

This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Oxford College Library · 801 Emory St · Oxford, GA 30054-2206 · USA