What's new in the library
NEW DATABASE - PROQUEST HISTORICAL NEWSPAPERS
Grace Library is excited to announce the arrival of Proquest Historical Newspapers. This new database allows you to access all historical archives for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and The Philadelphia Inquirer, going back to their first issues in the 18th and 19th centuries! All archived issues are indexed and keyword-searchable, so there is no need to dig through each issue page by page. You can access this new database through the library's A-Z Databases page, or through the library Journal Finder by searching the name of the newspaper.
NEW DATABASE - WILEY ONLINE LIBRARY
Wiley Online Library provides full text access to over 1,400 periodicals in a wide variety of disciplines including (but not limited to) life science, health and physical sciences, social science, and the humanities. Visit the library's A-Z Databases page, or click here to try it out!
WELCOME CARRIE DONOVAN AND BRET STIFFLER TO GRACE LIBRARY!
Grace Library is excited to announce two new librarians, Carrie Donovan and Bret Stiffler.
Carrie Donovan is the Coordinator of Public Services at Carlow University's Grace Library where she leads student learning initiatives and facilitates access services. Carrie also serves as Carlow’s campus coordinator for the Vira I. Heinz Program for Women in Global Leadership in support of students who seek to develop their learning and leadership through study abroad. Carrie is a graduate of Indiana University. She holds a master's degree in Library Science and bachelor's degrees in Comparative Literature and Spanish.
Bret Stiffler is the Systems Librarian at Grace Library where he works to support library automation and provide access to electronic resources for the campus community. He comes to Carlow from Citizens Library in Washington, Pennsylvania, where he worked with library systems, resource sharing, and information technology since 2013. He has also previously worked for the Mellon Institute at Carnegie Mellon University and Frank Sarris Library in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. He holds a master's degree in Library Science from Clarion University and a bachelor's degree in History and Sociology from Waynesburg University.