The Chandramohan Library has added LibGuides to our arsenal of tools to assist you in your research assignments. You'll find links to just the right books, databases, periodicals, websites, multimedia, and citation information. We can help you use the best key words to make your searching more successful. Let us know if the guides are helpful, or if you have suggestions to make them even better!
Very Unusual Librarians
Have you read our blog? If the answer is 'no', please check it out from the link below our photos on the right side of the page. We're looking for guest bloggers on books, media, libraries, or semi-related subject matter, so if you're interested in educating the Prep community, please let us know!
Did you know that you can put a book on reserve? Well, you can! Ask any of the librarians when you can't find what you want on the shelf. If you can't find these titles upstairs, check the bookshelves in the downstairs reading room, since newer titles are often displayed there, or on our downstairs circulation desk.
Browse our Library Catalog
Check out our catalog to find a great book. If you want suggestions, the librarians will be pleased to recommend some great reads. If you have any suggestions for books to add to our collection, we'd love to hear from you! You can stop by (we love visitors!) or email us with the links on this page.
Ask the Librarians!
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We Support the Sustainability Initiative!
We're committed to conserving paper! How? First of all, we no longer have the Computer Resources sheets available in hard copy. To access this information, you'll need to log onto the Prep website, find the library page under "A Prep Education" and you'll find a link to all the databases, their usernames and passwords. You can print a hard copy if you'd like to keep it handy in your binder.
We're also monitoring printer and copy machine usage. Please be mindful while printing and copying; print only what you need! You'd be amazed at the number of unclaimed printouts we have at the end of each day. During exam times, try emailing scanned copies of your notes to study group members, instead of photocopying. We can work together to reduce our GIANT carbon footprint!