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PG Seminar Research  

This page is for the research section of the PG Seminar class but can be used for any of the PG Classes.
Last Updated: Sep 14, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Library Staff

The library is staffed by 2 trained librarians and 2 part-time library assistants who are here to help you find books and DVDs, locate print and online information navigate online databases, troubleshoot iPad, computer, and printer problems, and assist you in utilizing MLA, APA, and Chicago citation styles. 

The Librarians                                 Archives

Mrs. Hovasse, Director                  Ms. Hutchison, Archivist
Ms. Betjemann, Associate Director

Library Staff

Shereen Edelson, Weekend Assistant
Eric Maher, Weeknight Assistant


About Us

The Cheshire Academy Library is open:

Sunday: 2:00 pm-10:00 pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 7:45 am-10:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:45 am-10:00 p.m.

Saturday: Closed


What the Library Can Do for You?

In addition to the staff, the library has many things to offer.  

for check out:

  • DVDs
  • Books
  • Mac laptops
  • HP laptops

available for use in the library:

  • Earbuds
  • Magazines and newspapers 
  • charging for ipads and some computers at the front desk

Library Catalog

To access the books and DVDs in the library's collection, use the online catalog below. 


Types of Searches

Basic Searches

Basic searches are effective on the World Wide Web as well as for library databases.

Keyword is used to search for the term as it appears in the title, author's name, subject or summary. This type of search, which produces many results, is usually the default for search engines on the World Wide Web and library databases.

Title is used to search for the term as it appears in the title or alternative title.

Author is used to search for the name as it appears anywhere in the author's first, middle or last name.

Subject is used to search by the subject, topic, person or place.

"  " Quotation marks are used to search for words in the exact order they appear in the quotation marks.



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