Welcome Back: Summer 2017
So it turns out Alice Cooper was wrong: School is not out forever. It is not even out for the Summer. Though knowing the central Texas heat, spending time in the air-conditioned Avery Building is a pretty wise decision. Spending time in the Round Rock Campus Library, located in Avery Room 255, would be an even better decision.
The RRC Library offers a number of resources and services that can help you out. There are 11 public computers available in RM 255 and another 27 in RM 255D within the library. These computers have access to the full Microsoft Office Suite, a number of Adobe products, and other pieces of software. They are also connected to both a black and white and color printer. And of course students have access to all of the Texas State University Library’s online resources through these computers.
Students will also have access to the library staff who are available to answer questions, help guide research, and assist with circulation. Librarians Anthony Guardado and Josh Brynildsen are also available for research consultations. Welcome to the RCC Library for the Summer 2017 term. Please, Come In And Find Out More.
The Round Rock Campus Library would like to become part of your routine with the Spring 2017 now in full swing.
The RRC Library, room 255 in the Avery Building, is open Monday through Thursday 8:30a – 9pm and Friday 8:30a – 4pm. 11 computers, along with a computer lab offering 27 more computers, are available in the RRC Library. Essential software is available on each machine and black and white and color printing is an option. All of the databases and online resources available through Texas State University Libraries are accessible within the RRC Library.
The RRC is home to a small but relevant collection of physical material. However, should a necessary item be only available at Alkek Library in San Marcos the library staff is happy to help request the item be delivered and held at the RRC Library. Speaking of the RRC Library staff, we are always available to answer questions and help with research….Come In and Find Out More.
Have you ever wanted to ask a quick question but did not want to pick up a telephone or come in person. Well we have a great service for you. Ask a Librarian@RRC allows you to chat with one of the staff at the Round Rock Campus Library by sending text messages back and forth using a computer or mobile device. You do not need to install any apps or software; simply go to our Web site: http://rrc.library.txstate.edu.
This service is great way to ask a quick question:
- “Do you have this book?”
- “What time do you close today?”
- “What is the population of the United States?”
If you have a more in depth query we suggest you come into the RRC Library (Avery 255) or contact us by telephone (512.716.4700). You can even e-mail us as well (email@example.com). Our preference is for you to come in to the library so we can work side-by-side to help you get the information you need. Plus, we always enjoy seeing you.
Come in and find out more.
Have you ever been given a research topic and just do not know where to start? Well you may be interested in the University Library’s set of Research Guides. These guides have been developed by librarians at Texas State University to support majors and disciplines taught at the university. These guides provide information about resources to begin your research and may include resources such as reference materials, indexes to literature, streaming media, DVDs, print and electronic books, and much more. Each guide is divided into tabbed sections. Each guide also includes a way to contact someone for additional information or assistance.
Go to this link for a list of Research Guides currently available.