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It’s not your fault! You may have to bypass a security certificate, but you should still be able to access your materials. If you encounter one of the following error messages, please click “Continue to this website (not recommended)”: … Continue reading
You can now print from your own Mac or Windows computer! Please see our guide, located at http://libguides.ccsu.edu/printing, to learn more about how to set up wireless printing for your laptop. NOTE: If you have already set up wireless … Continue reading
The issue concerning off-campus access to research databases and e-journals has been resolved. The cause has been determined to be a network failure at the hosting site. Thanks for your patience!
The public is invited to attend a Literary Landmark dedication of the Elihu Burritt Library on Thursday, October 11th at 3pm in front of the library. This designation honors the library’s namesake, Elihu Burritt (1810-1879), New Britain’s “Learned Blacksmith”. Literary … Continue reading
The kindle e-readers are ready for check out! Each one comes loaded with a library of current, popular fiction and non-fiction as well as some classics. Current students, faculty and staff may borrow a kindle for 7 days and renew … Continue reading
The CONSULS system will be offline for an extended period of time on Wed. 8/29. The following services will be affected: Library catalog, Course reserves, and remote access to e-journals and research databases. We apologize for the poor timing and … Continue reading
Love fashion, art & culture? Have we got a treat for you! Browse the entire contents of the Vogue Archive from the first issue in 1892 through the latest one.
Great news! A bathroom is being added on the 4th floor. However, there will be intermittent noise until the project is completed. If you need a quiet place to study, the 2nd floor is your best bet. Thanks for your … Continue reading
The library is pleased to provide access to State Stats from CQ Press. State Stats offers comprehensive data coverage of each state including health care, crime, education and more. You’ll find reliable, easy-to-use data from more than 80 different sources … Continue reading