If you are using a laptop that can access the wireless network that is found in the Library and most buildings on campus, then you can use a web-based printing option by visiting the MyPrint website: https://myprint.lemoyne.edu/
Login using your Le Moyne network username and password. Check out these options in MyPrint:
Click the "Web Print" tab to upload your document via a webform and to check the status of your print job. Print jobs will be charged against your assigned print quota. For more information about student print quotas, visit the "Printing" category on the IT FAQs page.
Click the "My Printers" tab to set a shortlist of your "favorite" printers. "Library Patron" are the two printers on the first floor near the Library Services Desk, "Library Lab" is the printer in the "Muserlian Instruction Lab", and "Library Cluster" is the printer in the computer cluster near the IT Help Desk.
If you plan to print from your laptop frequently, click the "Driver Print" tab to find out how to install a printer driver that will let you print wirelessly directly from your document.
Tutoring Services is available on the first floor of the Noreen Reale Falcone Library. Regular semester hours are: Monday to Thursday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday evenings from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Students can schedule their own tutoring appointments online. In order to schedule an appointment, you must first register for an account at https://lemoyne.mywconline.com. Once registered, sign in with your new account information and click "Login" to get to the tutoring schedule page.
Tutoring is provided for economics, foreign languages, history, mathematics, philosophy, science, statistics as well as peer-to-peer writing consultations. The offices of Liz (Schylinski) McCaffery, assistant director of academic advising and support, and Lena Rosenfield, professional writing tutor, have also moved to the library to assist with the day-to-day tutoring operations.
If you have any questions about Le Moyne's tutoring services, contact Liz at 445-4597 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A color laser printer is located near the IT Service Desk on the first floor of the Library. The printer can make double- as well as single-sided copies. The cost is $0.15 per printed side and is charged against a printing account in your Dolphin Dollars eAccount.
Students can print to the printer from all public computers in the library cluster (near the IT Service Desk), the library classroom and the library workstations (near the Library Services Desk). Select LIB-HP500M551DN (Library Public Color Printer) from the print menu. If you are using the wireless MyPrint printing service, select the Library Color printer.
The EBL e-book collection allows readers to checkout PDF or ePUB formatted e-book files which can be downloaded to your desktop or laptop computer or to tablet PCs, e-book readers, and smartphones, such as the iPad, Android tablets, newer Nook readers, and Sony e-book readers, and other devices that have readers that support the Adobe Digital Editions copyright protection protocol.
It is easy to read books from the EBL e-book collection on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch.
Download an e-book reader for your iPad that can display DRM-protected materials. EBL recommends theBluefire Reader, which is free from the iTunes store.
You must have an Adobe ID set up in your Bluefire reader in order to open and read EBL e-books. Register for a free Adobe ID at http://adobe.com/membership. The first time you use Bluefire, it will ask you for your Adobe ID and password, so make a record of it when you create it.
Once logged in to the EBL collection, find the book you want to read, click the download button, and start reading. See the video tutorial for an overview.
Loan periods for each book are 7 days. When the loan period of the e-book has expired, Bluefire will display the message: "No license found". To continue reading the book, you must delete it from Bluefire and download it from EBL again.
Have an article citation (partial or full) or just a journal title?
Search for the journal title in the Print and Electronic Journal Title List.Then look for a link to a full-text provider service that will link you to the contents of the e-journal. If the journal is a title we have in print, head to the shelf.
The library has a useful guide "Finding Primary Sources" that is used by history classes and other writing intensive classes. There are lists of sources arranged by format and time period and tips on how to get started.
To view what you have checked out, log in using your LeMoyne email user name and password or using your name and the barcode number from your campus ID. You can then click the button to renew all or renew the items you've selected.
Most of the workstations in the Library can print to the networked printers. However, you must first log in using your campus network username and password.
Seven of the eight stand-up Library workstations nearest the entrance (across from the Library Service Desk) can print to the printers adjacent to them. The other is for quick lookups and are blocked from printing.
In addition, all of the computers in the cluster at the back of the library and in the Muserlian Instructional Lab are set up to print to nearby networked printers.
Text your questions to (315) 510-4342. This service is staffed during regular library hours and your question will be answered as soon as someone is available.
Note: the text (SMS) phone number connects to the Library's record message phone number, which includes upcoming hoursj of service information. Call the Reference Service Desk (315) 445-4330 or visit http://resources.library.lemoyne.edu/contact for additional phone numbers.
every time I go to try and use a search engine to find an article it keeps asking me to log in and then doesn't let me login. I am wondering why it is doing this and what username and password I am supposed to be using to log in.
When you say search engine do you mean you are trying to access articles outside of a library database? If so, that is why you are being asked to login. If we own access to a particular journal, you will need to use a database to access it.
Take a look at this: http://resources.library.lemoyne.edu/find-articles
If this doesn't solve your problem, email me at email@example.com and I'll try and help you further.
It depends! There are different styles depending on the discipline of study. Always ask your professor which one to use. Also, take a look at our Citing Sources Guide.
For medicine there is the AMA Manual of Style Print copy at REF DESK WZ 345 .A511 2007 (10th Edition)
For psychology, there is APA (http://www.lib.usm.edu/help/style_guides/apa.html) style adapted by Univ. of Southern Mississippi. See print copy of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association at REF DESK BF 76.7 .P83 2010 (6th Edition)
Historians use the Chicago Manual of Style Print copy at REF DESK Z 253 .U69 2010 (16th editon), also see theHandbook for Historians
The humanities tend to use the Modern Language Association style. See MLA style adapted by Lone Star College. Print copy of MLA Handbook at REF DESK LB 2369 .G53 2009 (7th edition)
Get help from Reference Services on how to use RefWorks, the citation management software, or click here to view theflash tutorial (click on "tutorial basics" at top of next screen). It formats your citations for you in all the above mentioned styles and many more right into your research paper Word file or into a separate Word file.