Select the Format Tab in the Resources box to learn about that type of resource. Use the direct links on the left hand side of the web page in the box Locate Information Resources for quick access.
What does “print books” mean?
Books that are physically on the library shelves in Texarkana. The John F. Moss Library owns approximately 150,000 print volumes
When searching, you may choose from the following search functions:
For more information on "how to" search the library catalog see the EAGLIT guide.
What are eBooks?
eBooks are print books in an electronic format. The library owns 50,000+ eBooks.
How do I find out what the library owns or subscribes?
1. Students have access to several eBook collections. All eBooks purchased by the library are cataloged and accessible through the online catalog, EAGLIT. (see below for an example of how titles appear in the catalog).
2. Students can also access to eBooks (owned or subscriptions) by individual vendor interfaces by selecting eBooks format on the A-Z database list.
What are print journals and magazines?
We currently subscribe to 234 journals, magazines, and newspapers titles in the paper format. Older issues are sometimes in the microfilm or microfiche format.
How do I find out what the library owns?
Check the library’s Online catalog, EAGLIT. Each title’s record will indicate the format of the desired resource—paper, microfiche, microfilm, eJournal or bound.
What are e-journals and magazines?
These are journals and magazines in an electronic format.
How do I find out what the library owns or has a subscription to for access?
The easiest way is to use the eJournal portal link on the library’s Web page.
What are eVideos and film clips?
These are are productions in the digital format.
Students and faculty also have access to VAST: Academic Video Online, a large, multidisciplinary video product with nearly 22,500 videos, Films on Demand Outstanding content from Films for the Humanities & Sciences, and NBC Learn HigherED which has over 10,000 short 2 to 5 minute videos to help connect real world applications to course materials.