Easter Break Recommendations from the Library

We’re almost there—only hours left before an Easter break we hope is full of some well needed rest and relaxation. The library will be open until 2 pm tomorrow, Thursday, March 24, then on Saturday the 26 from 8 am to 8 pm. Stop by to check out a DVD from our media center (we’ll leave the popcorn to you), or peruse our popular fiction collection to find your new favorite read.

If you’re looking for something that fits with the holiday theme, we’ve got some recommendations for you.

For those of you spending time with young children, Easter Chimes: Stories for Easter and the Spring Season is a classic collection of stories perfect for this time of year.


In the mood for a mystery? The Cruelest Month, found in our Popular Literature collection, has all you need for the perfect page-turner: a small town, a haunted house, and a mysterious death.






Easter Break

Library hours for Easter break are:

Thursday, March 24: 8am – 2pm

Friday, March 25: closed

Saturday, March 26: 8am-8pm

Sunday, March 27: closed

Fashion Professor’s Book Wins Award

Clothing and Fashion: American Fashion from Head to Toe, the 4-volume work edited by Jose Blanco, Associate Professor of Apparel Design and Merchandising, was recently awarded Best Print Reference Book by Library Journal in the clothing and dress category.  The book was called “engaging,”  “well-written,” and “well-researched,” and every library is encouraged to get a copy for its collection.

Dominican owns a copy already.  It’s available in the reference stacks on the lower level of the library for in-library use.  Call number is Ref GT605 .C555 2015.

Congratulations to Professor Blanco!


Complete your research more efficiently

Work smarter and faster right after Spring Break. Simply register for a March Library workshop at http://www.dom.edu/library/workshops.

Our schedule is online and features workshops and webinars on:

• Zotero: Save all your sources–books, articles, and web sites–in one place and automatically create bibliographies and in-text citations.

• Advanced Web Search and Google Scholar:  Get more from your Google searches and find reliable web sites quickly.

• Free website creation tools and tips on creating an ePortfolio: Create websites using Weebly plus tips on creating professional websites and ePortfolios

• Presentation tools, featuring Prezi: No more boring presentations! Learn to use Prezi and other free tools to create effective presentations.