Curry Library Services are available to all students free of charge during their time at William Jewell College. Students are able to check out physical books from the Intermediate Floor of Curry Hall, request physical and digital copies of books and articles from other libraries, use digital databases and ebooks on campus and remotely, and ask librarians for research assistance with their assignments and projects.
This guide collects together links and information on a variety of library services relevant to student information interests and needs. For additional questions, please click on the Ask a Librarian tab or email the library at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Homepage with links and descriptions of details on the Library Student Services Guide.
Links to information, services, and access details for every library location on campus.
Contact methods and information when you need librarian research assistance
Instructions on how to check out and renew physical books available 24/7 to staff on the Intermediate Floor of Curry Hall.
Instructions on how to request resources from other libraries, including from MOBIUS and Prospector.
Instructions on using library digital resources, such as ebooks, through library online databases.
Content includes popular PBS documentaries, 60 Minutes newsreels, and more.
Access information and links to popular newspapers and magazines/periodicals available through library databases.
Location and checkout information on the library's Critical Foundations Collection (CFC) in support of more diverse and inclusive books.
Research guides organized by subject.
Library databases in alphabetical order.
Library databases sorted by subject.
Citation guides for MLA, Chicago, and APA.