Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
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Library and Information Services

News for 2015

Welcome Back to Campus! Here's what's new in Library and Information Services (LIS):

Don't leave home without it! Your Wheaton ID card, that is.

Card access on the main entrance of the Wallace Library will be in effect during our evening and weekend hours.

New, Improved printing services!

Send a print job to any public multi-function device from your desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. No special software required! For more information see:

New Charging Stations!

Get a quick boost for your smartphone, tablet or laptop at one of the new charging stations in the Wallace Library!

New Book Scanning Services!

Photocopying is so last decade. Use our new book scanner to capture that important chapter and save it to your personal digital library.

New central service point in the Wallace Library!

All the library help you need at one location in the Library Atrium.

A New Writing Tutor office is located at the front of the library, just inside the main entrance.

And check out the new Scholars’ Lab! We have a larger location for this combination classroom/study space.

Microsoft Office for you!

The full Microsoft Office suite of applications is available at no cost for students. Check out the details here.

Say hello to AL! Atomic Learning, that is.

Free Online training available 24/7/365. Use your Wheaton credentials to create your personal learning environment. http://wheatoncollege.edu/technology/atomic-learning-al-new-on-line-on-demand-training-vendor/

Coming Soon!

Our Third Annual Digital Resources Fair, September 17, 2015, 1:00pm-4:00pm in the Wallace Library. Popcorn, prizes, and a chance to investigate some of our newest online resources.

Follow LIS on Twitter for all the latest news:
Want to know about computing and network service alerts when they happen? Follow Wheaton Tech Support @WheatonSupport
Want to know what Eliza Baylies Wheaton is up to? Follow her twitter account @ElizaBTweetin

Want some general, all-around interesting info? Follow @WallaceLibrary for the latest.

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