Friday, November 21, 2014

WENT THE DAY WELL?

ILLiad

Welcome to SLPL’s new Interlibrary Loan system called ILLiad. Using ILLiad, you will be able to create an account, place requests, track the status of your requests, and request renewals of interlibrary loans. Please log in with your library card number and PIN number (before logging in, please check the Library Catalog to see if we already own the item you want).

ILLiad Logon

SLPL Catalog

FORGET YOUR PIN?

PIN means Personal Identification Number, and you'll need your PIN to access your Library account online. Have you forgotten your PIN (or maybe don't recall ever receiving one)? No problem:

Reset your PIN

RESERVING A COMPUTER

Library cardholders can book time on one of our Internet computers online:

Reserve a Computer

BROWSING OUR COLLECTION

There are easy ways to browse our catalog for ebooks, audiobooks, emagazines, music, DVDs, and video games:

Browse Ebooks

Browse Audiobooks

Browse Zinio Magazine Collection

Browse Music

Browse New DVDs

Browse Video Games

Note: Of course, you'll need a valid Library card to check stuff out!

Get a Card

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

THE GREAT WAR AND THE WORLD IT MADE

Take a college class in your living room (or your car, if you prefer)—you don’t get college credits, but your brain will thank you anyway:

World War I [sound recording]: the great war and the world it made / John Ramsden.



Contents:

Lecture 1. The greatest war -- Lecture 2. Opening shots -- Lecture 3. Gallipoli and the Near and Middle East -- Lecture 4. 1915 in the West -- Lecture 5. Home fronts -- Lecture 6. The Western Front in 1916 -- Lecture 7. The Eastern Front -- Lecture 8. A literary and artistic war -- Lecture 9. 1917 in the West -- Lecture 10. The war at sea -- Lecture 11. America goes to war -- Lecture 12. Germany almost wins the war in 1918 -- Lecture 13. Victory in the West -- Lecture 14. Aftermath and reputation.

COMMAND AND CONTROL

Take a college class in your living room (or your car, if you prefer)—-you don’t get college credits, but your brain will thank you anyway:

Command and control [sound recording]: great military leaders from Washington to the twenty-first century/ by Mark Robert Polelle.



Contents:

The politics of military history and military leadership -- Washington, the indispensable man -- Napoleon, the first modern general -- U. S. Grant and the art of war in the industrial era -- Sherman and the advent of total war -- The great Southern hope: Robert E. Lee -- Moltke and the German way of war -- Pershing and the American Expeditionary Force in World War I -- Eisenhower and World War II -- Patton and the romance of war -- MacArthur: the American Caesar? -- Curtis LeMay and generalship during the Cold War -- "Stormin' Norman" Schwarzkopf and Desert Storm: remaking the American military after Vietnam -- Lessons of military leadership.

COLLEGE IN YOUR CAR

Or living room, or any other place that has an audio CD player. You can find more than one hundred college courses on audio CD (non-credit, but your brain will thank you anyway) by using our catalog in Advanced Search mode:

Find items that have:
This exact phrase: modern scholar

Additional limits:
Format type: audio disc

Friday, October 24, 2014