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COVID-19--Summer 2021: Home
Services Available at the Greenfield LIbrary during COVID19
The Greenfield Library Staff are here to serve you in-person and virtually. This is a guide to the services, collections and electronic resources available to current students, faculty and staff. Please continue to check this site for updates.
The Greenfield Library is currently open to current students, faculty, staff. The Library is currently closed to visitors.
*Patrons are required to wear a mask/face covering that covers their mouth and nose and to practice social distancing when in the library.
New Items in the Library
Access to Library Materials
***Patrons can now retrieve materials from the stacks.
All floors and stacks are open***
The Library is still accepting pick-up requests. Please submit a request for materials via the Library catalog. The Library staff will retrieve requested materials and send an email message to your SJC email address when items are ready for pick-up. Library materials can be picked-up at the Circulation Desk. Patrons are asked to bring their SJC 1Card / Library card in order to pick-up items.
Requests are limited to 15 items per day. Requests not picked up within 7 days will be returned to the shelf.
The Digital Loeb Classical Library (DLCL) is a comprehensive electronic collection of the print Loeb Classical Library. This resource includes over 500 Greek and Latin texts and readers can browse, search, bookmark, annotate and share content. Access DLCL from off-campus. (St. John's faculty, students, and staff can input their library barcode in the Borrower ID field to gain access to this resource.)
JSTOR is an electronic digitization project that provides access to high-resolution full-text articles from hundreds of scholarly journals. Articles are available from journals in several subject areas including: philosophy, political science, language and literature, general science, history, and mathematics. Users can search by keyword, author, title, date range, and browse by subject and journal title. For help with searching JSTOR, please refer to How to Use JSTOR. Articles can be printed or downloaded to one's desktop for later viewing. Access JSTOR from off-campus. (St. John's faculty, students, and staff can input their library barcode in the Borrower ID field to gain access to this resource.)
Until December 31, 2020, JSTOR is providing expanded access to content, including additional journals and primary source collections beyond the ones the library already subscribes to. A collection of over 35,000 eBooks from major university presses is also available until at least August 31, 2020.
Naxos Spoken Word Library contains over 4,000 audio recordings of works of literature, poetry, history, philosophy (and more). Many program works are available including works read in French and German. Access Naxos Spoken Word Library from off-campus. (St. John's faculty, students, and staff can input their library barcode in the Borrower ID field to gain access to this resource.) *Mobile Access
Mobile access is available on iPhone and iPad via the NSWL app on iTunes. Please contact Cara Sabolcik for login information.
Cambridge Companions are a series of authoritative guides, written by leading experts, offering introductions to major writers, artists, philosophers, topics, and periods. Cambridge Core hosts the online version of the printed Cambridge Companions series and includes over 600 titles, over 4,000 essays, as well as bibliographies and further reading.