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SLLC News - March 2016: Home


Patron of the Month

Patron of the Month 

March's Patron of the Month is Alicia Febus!

Alicia is originally from Brooklyn, and is in the Business Management program.  

Alicia says, "The library has been a big attribute to my success in my classes, online as well as on campus.  I am able to stay focused and work thoroughly on all my work".

Thanks, Alicia!

Reserves Online

Some of our Reserve Textbooks are available online as Ebooks?  Ebooks are available 24/7 from the library, your dorm, or home - just use your SUNY Canton login.  
Go to the Reserves LibGuide, click ont the "Textbooks" button, and check the Textbook Lists to see if your text is availble as an Ebook!

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Check out our movie and book display on the first floor for some great books that have been made into movies, and movies that have been made from books.  

Remember: all of the books and movies in ALL of our displays can be checked out and borrowed. 
Judge for yourself if the book is really better than the movie!


Web of Science

SLLC is happy to announce a new trial database, Web of Science


Access to this resource will be available from Feb 22nd – May 6th, and will allow you to seamlessly search the most impactful literature in the Sciences, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, all while exploring the citation connections between discoveries. With over 92 million records, including peer reviewed journals, conference proceedings, books, patents, data sets and studies, you will discover how The Web of Science offers access to the complete research lifecycle. 

Access Web of Science now to begin getting the most our of your resources. Take a look at the factsheet for a quick view of what makes Web of Science the most trusted authority for over half a century. Check out our video tutorials where you can learn many of the features built into Web of Science to save you time during your research.



Welcome Jamal Honore as the new Tutoring Center Coordinator! Jamal has worked for tutoring services since 2011 as a tutor and we are excited to have him as our newest coordinator. His office is at the back of the Math/Science Center so stop in and say hello!


Students! Do you want more hours? More tutors? Let us know what you think. Take the student satisfaction survey and let your voice be heard!


Looking for help with a particular course that is not offered in any of the labs? Check out what the General Studies Lab has to offer: Still don’t see what you are looking for? Email us at

Have you been using Grammarly? Please tell us what you think! Click the link below and take the survey to share your thoughts.

Please check our webpage for schedule updates or like us on Facebook for all the latest updates: 

For a schedule of hours and locations please visit


Students – are you passionate about the library? 
Do you have specific interests or needs you’d like us to be aware of?  Do you think we can do things better?  We’d LOVE to hear from you!!!

The Library Department, Tutoring Department and Help Desk all jointly operate a Library Learning Commons Student Advisory Board, and we’d like YOU to consider being a member!  The group meets only twice per semester, and we gather together to discuss the issues and concerns most relevant to you, the students.  This is an exciting opportunity for your voices to be heard. 

If you’d like to be a permanent member of the Library Learning Commons Student Advisory Board, please email and let us know!  If you’d like to just “check it out” and see what this kind of meeting is all about, please drop in at noon on April 19, 2016 in the Think Tank (the 1st floor instruction classroom behind the stairs) in the Library.  We would love to see you!