Comparative Literature What’s New

DVDs relocated to Level B

By Brian Vetruba on August 18, 2016

Most DVDs have been relocated from behind the Help Desk on Level 1 to Level B. So now you can browse the DVDs as you do books in the stacks! Yeah! Note: Expensive or hard-to-come by DVDs as well as those on reserve will still be behind the Help Desk on Level 1. Consult the WU […]

BrowZine — More Literature Journals and Syncing available

By Brian Vetruba on July 12, 2016

Additional Comparative Literature , Literary Theory and Criticism and other Literature titles are now available with BrowZine. What is BrowZine? It’s a free mobile app that allows you to save your favorite journals on personalized bookshelves, view the tables of contents, and read or save a...

New Overhead Scanner Available at Olin Library

By Deborah Ehrstein on May 26, 2016

Olin Library has a new KIC Bookeye 4 overhead scanner for use by faculty, students, staff, and visitors. The scanner is located adjacent to the Help Desk on Level 1. Pages can be scanned on a flat surface or using the V-cradle which puts less strain on the book spine. Documents can be saved to [&...

New Year! New Library eNewsletter for WU Comparative Literature!

By Brian Vetruba on January 26, 2016

With the switch to our new website, the Libraries have also migrated our library eNewsletters/blogs. The library eNewsletter/blog for WU Comparative Literature “Comparative Literature” can be found at: https://library.wustl.edu/category/comparative-literature/. Sub-categories (e.g. &#...

Get to Know Primo! 30-Minute Workshops, Jan. 20-Feb. 5

By Brian Vetruba on January 18, 2016

Come and explore Primo, our new search interface, and learn about the library’s new website in a 30-minute drop-in workshop. The workshops will be held January 20 through February 5 at various times in the Arc Lab in Olin Library. No registration is required. Librarians will be on hand to answer ...