We are always looking for way to improve our mobile website and we just found one little change which makes it a little better. During the summer we added Book Lists, which host our reading recommendations, to our mobile website. This was good but if you clicked the “Request It” button you were taken to the Library Catalog but it was not optimized for your smartphone. Now, If you view one of your Book List pages on a smart phone the links will go to our mobile catalog. How cool it that?
What you think of this improvement? Please feel free to suggest other changes we could make to our mobile website which would help you in accessing the online Library.
Doing homework in your pajamas? Need information? Visit our online reference department – Gale Virtual Reference Library and get the information you need. As a bonus we added search boxes for all the other information resources. What’s cool? Search in one of the widgets, and you get information from the resource and as an added bonus information on the subject from our other resources. Don’t have a library card from LVCCLD? Then download our app – Access My Library – available for Apple and Android devices and select one of our libraries as your ‘home library’. (You have to be within 10 miles of one of our libraries). Once bookmarked you will have access anywhere.
Hey kids! It’s that time again to get ready for back-to-school, so get out your smart phone and computer and add these cool tools so you are ready to do your homework!
Bookmark the Library’s mobile website – use this to put holds on books for your assignments.
Add the iPhone AppAccess MyLibrary – this will allow you to search from your phone for full text magazine and newspaper articles and reference books found in the Gale databases.
Add EBSCO Mobile to any smartphone – this will search all the EBSCO databases from your phone for magazine and newspaper articles.
Start off the year right with your own online tutor and best of all it’s free! So bookmark your computer to go toBrainFuse Help Now!
Last but not least bookmark the Library’sHomework Help site. We have selected top databases and websites and arranged by subject area to make getting your homework done fast easy!
By using this cool tools on the school bus you will have half your homework done by the time you get home!
This program (Brainfuse) is funded in part by the Nevada State Library and Archives and the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 122,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. The Institute’s mission is to create strong libraries and museums that connect people to information and ideas.
Our Read Me Vegas blog is now becoming an eMedia blog. Get all the latest news about our eMedia collection including new additions, software upgrades and reading/listening/viewing suggestions.
At the beginning of each month we post the new titles being added during the month. They appear here several weeks before being added to the Library Catalog. So you want be the first on the waiting list for popular new titles, this is the place you will learn about them first!
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