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Logging In to Renew & Place Holds

We are working on making it easier to renew and place holds on books from home. In the meanwhile here’s how to log in to your Library account to do these important tasks. Here’s the log in page: http://bank.waldo.kohalibrary.com/app/ Your

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Reference Questions: Where are all the Multicultural Education Books?

Q: Where are all the multicultural education books? Is there a section I can browse? A: Strictly speaking there is no “multicultural section.” There are a variety of places where students can find books on this topic. But, a good

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Reference Questions: Books With More Than One Location

Q: I’m looking for this book. The record says Claudia Lewis collection, where is that? A: There are lots of books that are in more than one location in the library. For instance, in the record for the book above,

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Search the Catalog the Easy Way

We’ve made a few adjustments to the Library’s homepage search box – it’s a little more user-friendly we think. First up, type in your topic and check to see that you’ve selected the Library Catalog radio button. Now, you have

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Koha Pop-ups

About two months ago I came across this little hidden Koha gem. It’s a pop-up box that’s activated by clicking more on the left hand side of the online catalog. I excitedly told a co-worker, but forgot about it with

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Course Reserves

Students and faculty will be thrilled to learn that Course Reserves are now online thanks to some nifty bits of coding and keystrokes from our dedicated team of librarians (Kristin, and Jackie – Yay). This is how to do it.

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Koha: Advanced Search

It’s been a month since we launched koha, our new catalog system. We’ve had lots of good feedback from patrons, one which made us smile was from a busy mom who tracked down a lost book with the help of

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Happy New Year! Here is a snapshot of Morningside Park during these cold and snowy days. The Library is now on its regular semester schedule! But don’t forget, we are closed, Monday, January 15th, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Taylor. Happy Winter! Bank Street Library wishes everyone a wondrous winter. Pass the time by reading a magnificent book! Remember: Bank Street closes at 5:00 pm on December 22, and remains closed until January 2nd, when we resume our normal semester hours (8:30 AM to 9:45 PM, M-Th, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, F, and 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Sat.) #winterreading #winterbreak @bankstreetlibrary In December, Bank Street Library highlights our Early Readers and Series Book collections. Come and check out the display. #youcancheckoutthesebooks #readatanyage @bankstreetlibrary December 1st is World AIDS Day. Transparency, Accountability, and Partnership. @bankstreetlibrary #worldsaidsday2017 #awareness Happy Thanksgiving from the Bank Street Library! Remember on Wednesday 11/22 the library is open 9am-5pm. We are closed Thursday 11/23, Friday 11/24, and Saturday 11/24. We are always closed on Sunday. We will resume our normal schedule on Monday, 11/27. Have a great break everyone! #bankstreetlibrary #bankstreet #celebrate #happythanksgiving Thank you to all our veterans on this #veteransday. The book, Poppy Lady: Moina Belle Michael and Her Tribute to Veterans is by Barbara Elizabeth Walsh. Need a quiet place to study on a Saturday? Come to the Bank Street Library. We are open 10-5 today. #bankstreet #quietstudyspace New month, new display. Come take a look at our picture book/family stories display for November. Remember, if you give a mouse a cookie, he’s going to ask for a glass of milk! #picturebooks #bankstreetlibrary #bankstreetcollege @lauranumeroff