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Roesch Releases: Browse the Newest Books, E-books, More

By Kevin Cretsos

As libraries update their collections, they strive to find new and exciting ways to deliver information resources to their users. This week, University Libraries introduced Roesch Releases, an interactive tool for discovering the newest books and e-books in the library.

Using a menu, people can browse new titles by subject, collection or format. After clicking on a title, a user can request, access, or find more information about library holdings.

Subjects range from Engineering and Technology to Psychology and Social Sciences. Those looking for something light to read can check out the newest Leisure Reading Collection titles. People searching for unique items can browse the Marian Library and the other special collections. 

Regardless of academic discipline or interest, University Libraries hope you find value with this new web tool.

― Kevin Cretsos is a library systems support specialist in the University Libraries.

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