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Easier Way to Schedule an Appointment with a Librarian

If you would like some personalized help with your research, we’re piloting an easier way for you to schedule an appointment:

Visit http://longwood.libcal.com/appointments/ or select “Appointment” under Ask A Librarian.

Select your favorite librarian (or for all available appointments, leave “No Preference” selected). Choose the date that works best for you, and choose the time.
Appointment screen 1

Fill out your information; make sure your email is correct so that we can reach you if we need to.
Appointment Screen 2

When you Confirm your appointment, you will see a confirmation screen as well as get an email confirmation. The email has a link to cancel if you need to cancel your appointment.

If none of the dates/times listed work for you, please email us and we will try our best to accommodate your schedule.

New DVDs for March

Spring has sprung and we’ve got new DVDs to celebrate. Check out the titles below.

The Americans:Season 1

The Americans:Season 2

The Best of Me

Beyond the Lights

Big Hero 6



Game of Thrones: The Complete Fourth Season

Horrible Bosses 2

Theory of Everything






































Birdman image courtesy of Wikipedia.

New DVDs for February

Every month we purchase DVDs to keep our collection going and up to date. Below you can find our picks for the month of February.

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible…


Atlas Shrugged: Part II

Atlas Shrugged: Part III

The Book of Life

The Boxtrolls

Downton Abbey: Season 5


Get On Up


The Interview

John Wick

The Judge


St. Vincent






































Atlas Shrugged: Part II and Get On Up images courtesy of Wikipedia.

Input Needed: Fort Finals Movie

Thanks to the Parents Council Grant, we are offering a movie night during Fort Finals this year. Select your movie below.

JSTOR Titles

Most titles in the JSTOR (The Scholarly Journal Archive) database have “moving walls” which represents the time period between the last issue available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue of a journal. Publishers determine the moving wall length in their license agreements with JSTOR. Moving walls may range from zero to ten years, although most titles range between 3 and 5 years. The attached list represents the issues of print titles that Greenwood Library subscribes to that are now available in electronic format through JSTOR.

We are offering these print issues to academic departments for departmental use only. This transaction is considered to be a department to department transfer and the issues must be housed in the department. If you would like any of these issues for your department, please fill out the Interdepartmental transfer form and send it to Tammy Hines at Greenwood Library.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Tammy Hines (hinestm@longwood.edu), Head of Collections and Information Services, or Blaze Pappas (pappasbe@longwood.edu), Collections Manager.

2015 JSTOR Titles for Departmental Transfer  Download excel spreadsheet(This file will download.)

New Year, New DVDs

2014 came and went, but 2015 has arrived. Lucky for you, new DVDs have arrived with it. If the new school year is bogging you down, check out these new DVDs to give you a break!


> As Above, So Below

> True Blood: The Complete Seventh Season


*Left Behind poster courtesy of Roger Ebert


The Drop

The Equalizer

Gone Girl

Left Behind


No Good Deed

When the Game Stands Tall