Check out our new popular magazine collection from OverDrive. To search for and read magazines on your mobile device, download the Libby app. When using the Libby app, make sure to add & select Reynolds Community College as your library. You can also read magazines from OverDrive on a desktop computer. Use your My Reynolds login to … Continue reading Read magazines using the Libby app
I know, I know, it's in the nineties today--but leaves have started to fall! Here are a few titles from Reynolds Community College Libraries to get you in that autumnal mood faster than a pumpkin spice latte. Fall probably isn't the first season you think of when you think of gardening--but there are plenty of … Continue reading Fall is Just Around the Corner (even if it doesn’t feel like it!)
Our trial access to the Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy database has been extended to September 5th. This database allows you to examine virtual 3D dissections and immerse yourself in interactive research. With the Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy database, you can separate over 4,300 anatomical structures from the body to reveal layers and anatomical relationships, and … Continue reading Human Anatomy database – Trial access until 9/5
This image is from Unsplash and is made available under the Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication. Time for some summer cooking! Reynolds Libraries have plenty of cookbooks that will get you started on everything from searing meat to churning cream. If you want to teach yourself everything about grilling--beginner tips to expert tricks, with … Continue reading Summer, Savory and Sweet
Reynolds Libraries has acquired trial access to the Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy database. This database allows you to examine virtual 3D dissections and immerse yourself in interactive research. With the Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy database, you can separate over 4,300 anatomical structures from the body to reveal layers and anatomical relationships, and visualize more than … Continue reading Trial access to the Human Anatomy database
"Progress Pride flag painted on concrete barrier" by chris.rycroft is licensed under CC BY 2.0. Check out all the upcoming events you can enjoy at VA Pride. And in between events, you can educate and entertain yourself with these titles: In The Stonewall Riots: A Documentary History, Marc Stein weaves a myriad of sources together into a thorough … Continue reading Happy Pride Month, Reynolds Red Hawks!
Has the recent Writer's Guild of America strike got you hankering to know more about unions in the United States? Reynolds has you covered! Labor in the Time of Trump covers labor history in the twenty-first century and offers strategies to build a working-class movement, with special attention to labor movements in the Southern U.S. … Continue reading The Labor Movement Then and Now
In honor of Women's History Month and International Women's Day, one of our library specialists, Mariah Olinger, has created a beautiful display at our Parham Road Campus library. If you get a chance, come check out the display in person. You are more than welcome to check out any of the books in this display. … Continue reading Women’s History Month
Check out Reynolds Libraries newest database collections which include access to eBooks, journal articles, newspaper articles, primary sources, and videos from a wide variety of disciplines. Students, faculty and staff can access all of our databases from off-campus by logging in with their My Reynolds username and multifactor authentication (MFA). If you have any questions … Continue reading Check out our new library databases!
Reynolds Libraries & Tutoring Center unveils collection from world renowned printmaker Amos Paul Kennedy Jr.; displays them in newly renovated Tutoring Center Downtown. As an artist, academic support librarian, and instructor, Jonathan Lee is often looking for places where each discipline overlaps. When the Downtown Tutoring Center opened, it struck Lee that there was an … Continue reading Introducing the Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. Collection at Reynolds Libraries & Tutoring Center