Blog Archives

Tutoring/Testing in LIB 281

July 25, 2012
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Due to the roof construction in the HSS Building, CARP Tutorial Services will be relocated to the J Paul Leonard Library, Room 281, for the remainder of the Summer 2012 Session. Students asking about tutoring, testing or related matters can be sent to Room 281.

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Free Ear Plugs Discontinued

July 18, 2012
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The Library will no longer provide free ear plugs to students after the current supply is exhausted. Students who inquire about this decision can be told that this is one way that the Library will try to cut costs  in order to maintain core services.

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Requests for “Microsoft Project” software

June 27, 2012
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Some students have been asking about using this software; Kim Wong is working with Dept of Decision Sciences to get library access but it’s not in place yet. We’ll post a message here when this is resolved.

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Government Publications (including SF State budget/salary info)

June 13, 2012
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Government publications that are still in print format are located on the 3rd Floor near the Reference Books along the west wall. The SF State Budget books are there (including salary info) which are asked for fairly often. – Thanks

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Adaptive/Accessible Technology Areas

June 11, 2012
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Students with a special need to use adaptive/accessible software and hardware can find those services in two Library areas but need to register with DPRC first. Both the Study Commons and Research Commons have two labeled workstations each that have the Jaws, ZoomText, and Kurzweil software. The Accessible Technology Commons on the Ground Floor...

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Break Room Key for Student Assistants

May 7, 2012
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We now have a break room key for Student Assistants to use; it will be kept in the Research Commons in the drawer just above the Lost and Found drawer. Please return it back to this location. The break room is Room 426, right off the 4th floor elevators and right again to Room...

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New Laptops for Checkout

May 7, 2012
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There are now an additional 32 new Dell laptops w/new bags for check out @ Research Commons.  The numbering system continues from 26 through 58 in a double sided cart.  The printing paper is now located against the wall with the shelving units. Thank you.

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Service Desk Guide

April 17, 2012
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We now have binders at Study Commons, Research Commons and Third Floor Service Desk that say “Leonard Library Service Desk Guide.”  These are primarily for student assistants to consult but also include laptop checkout procedures (mostly needed when librarians need to check out a laptop).   Included for now are: - Research/Study Commons checklist (for...

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Walkie Talkies Moved in Research Commons

April 17, 2012
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Because of static crackling over the walkie talkie speakers in the Research Commons, we’ve relocated them to the service counter near where the student assistants sit. Thanks.

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MyITLab not Working From Library Computers

April 15, 2012
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Business students needing to access MyITLab (a hosted service used by business classes) are not able to do it in the Library currently and should be directed to another campus computer lab. Systems is aware of this problem and they are working on a solution.

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Reminders

Bones for Biology Students in Media Services

Just a quick reminder to send any Biology students looking for bones to Media Services (LIB 85) — home to all non-print materials! They...

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Add Value – Card Differences

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Note that users adding funds to their OneCard insert the card one way while those adding funds to Guest cards must insert the card...

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OASIS and graduation

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Please give graduating students the following information: ******************** Students can file their applications for graduation BEFORE they finish OASIS. OASIS must be done by...

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OneCard website & credit card value add feature

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Students can add value to there OneCard through the OnceCard website using a credit card. They can also view past transactions and disable their...

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