Belk Library now has a mobile website that provides easy online access from your smart phone, iPod Touch, or iPad. Find the call number for a book, check the library catalog to see if a DVD is available, or ask us a question – all from your mobile device.
Check out the site today! Add the site to your mobile device’s bookmarks/home screen for the next time you need quick online access to Belk Library.
Find us at http://www.elon.edu/mobile/Library.mvc.
We’re on Elon’s mobile site, too, at http://www.elon.edu/mobile.
More information about Belk Library Mobile is at http://elon.libguides.com/mobile.
Scan the QR code below on your mobile device to get to Belk Mobile. More about QR codes at http://elon.libguides.com/qrcodes.
Take a virtual tour of Belk Library!
Belk Library on Flickr
Wondering what happened to Journal Finder? It’s still here, but it’s now part of our new multi-function search box.
To look for specific journals, magazines and newspapers, click on the Journal Titles tab, type in the title you’re looking for and click Search. It’s as simple as that!
The winning essays from the 2009 Thomas Jefferson essay competition are now online! This year’s question was “Does commerce contribute to the happiness of mankind?” Follow the link to view current and previous year’s winning essays.
The Archives and Special Collections has completed its first digital project which involved digitizing historical postcards that feature Elon University’s campus during the 19th and 20th centuries. The postcard collection highlights Elon’s campus history with postcards showing the first campus buildings, and the development and progression of Elon College.
Read the feature article about the project on E-Net by following this link: http://www.elon.edu/e-net/Note.aspx?id=938803
Check out the postcard collection online: http://techapp.elon.edu/postcards/
Students planning to enter the 12th Annual Philip L. Carret “Thomas Jefferson Essay Competition” now have another resource to use when conducting research for their work: past winning essays available on the Belk Library web site.
For the first time since the contest started in 1997, winning essays – along with the second- and third-place entries – have been digitized and posted online. Click on the link below to read past winners and to learn more about the history of the essay contest.
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