Gale Virtual Reference Library is a database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research. The library subscribes to several titles in Gale Virtual Reference Library in topics of history, law, math, nation and world topics, science and medicine.
Here's a quick tip for searching for books in the McLennan Library catalog:
Select "Subject - Alphabetical" from the drop-down box and enter your search term (i.e., counseling).
The resulting list will provide you with many subject headings that have to do with the search term you entered, such as "Educational Counseling", "Assertiveness Training", and "Marriage Counseling", etc.
Select a subject that appeals to you and browse through the books.
If it is an e-book, you can read it on your screen by clicking through.
If it is in the Circulating Collection, you will need to come to the library to check out that book.
If it is in the Reference Collection, you will need to come use the book in the library.
Yes. Fines of $1.00 per day are charged for overdue circulating books, to a maximum of $14.00 per item. When the $14.00 maximum has been reached, a "hold" in the amount of $35.00 is imposed on the student's record.
Replacement costs for lost books are to include the cost of the book (if still in print) based on current pricing as found in Books in Print. If the book is no longer in print, a search for a replacement copy will be made through standard online used book resources. A $40.00 per item flat fee will be charged for books that cannot be located through a normal online search.