Get the Scoop on Library Services from Your Desk Top

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Five videos explaining library services used predominantly by faculty and graduate students are available at

Videos are currently available for:

Data Services
Electronic Reserve
Instructional Services
Interlibrary Services & Library Express
Ordering Books

If after viewing these videos you have further questions, contact AG-VET MED subject librarians: Diana Holden 974-2886 (CASNR) or Ann Viera 974-9015 (UT CVM).

Marching Arts Directory: The Ultimate Marching Reference.

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This useful site contains articles about recent events in marching band, Drum Corps International (DCI), and Winter Guard. This site also includes DCI regionals information such as performances, scores and repertoire. The links page is divided into Business, Drum Corps, Guard, Marching Band, Newsgroups, Percussion, Publications, and a Stadium Guide. The website has sections for photos, scores, repertoire and as well as a calendar of events.

Books need mending? Visit the Book Doctor.

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Books can get a lot of use, abuse and wear, but the broken spines, torn pages and loose hinges do not have to spell the end for that well-loved novel. Have your damaged books examined and diagnosed at one of our Book Doctor clinics.

Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to bring any books that need some tender loving care to the fifth annual Book Doctor Clinic. We will perform simple mending, when possible. The clinic is free, and the repair process often takes mere minutes.

While the Book Doctor can cure most tome ills, people with rare or valuable materials that have severe damage may be referred to a nearby book conservator for specialty work.

For more information, call 974-5226.

The Book Doctor is in:

11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Tuesday, November 8

11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Wednesday, November 9

outside Periodicals, 220 Hodges Library