Rennebohm Library strives to provide the Edgewood College community
with the best scholarly resources for our departments of study and areas
of academic interest. We listened to what
you needed. We are pleased to announce our recent subscription to
several JSTOR collections containing over 680 titles (with access to
millions of articles from dates ranging as far back as 1665) in the
Humanities, Social Sciences, and Life Sciences, adding
extensive resources to our Language and Literature Collection.
You can access this resource and all of the library’s resources from our handy
A-Z Resource List, as well as
Research Guides by subject.
Whether you are in your dorm or campus office, at home or on the go, you can access full text articles for your research needs.
Let us know what you need!
Suggest a purchase any time and the library will continue to add resources as funding is made available.
We appreciate your input!
Our digital collection of Edgewood Literary Journals has been
updated with the 2014 issue of the Edgewood Review.
The online collection of Edgewood Literary Journals
features the writings and artwork of Edgewood College Students from 1932 to the
Links to access this digital
collection are below.
To enhance service to traditional and new nursing programs, the library is pleased to announce our recent subscription to Ovid Nursing Full-Text PLUS.
Ovid Nursing Full-Text PLUS offers over 45 premier full text journals from Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW). Key titles included in this collection are American Journal of Nursing, Advances in Nursing Science, Computers Informatics Nursing, and Nurse Practitioner. We are also excited that the collection includes several high-demand DNP requested titles: Nursing Administration Quarterly, Nursing Management, JONA, Nursing Economic$ and Journal of Nursing Care Quality. See a complete list of the available journals in Ovid Nursing Full-Text Plus.
You can access Ovid Nursing Full-Text Plus from our A-Z Resource List, Nursing Resources, and other relevant pages.
With full text, unlimited simultaneous users, 24/7 access available to all Edgewood students and faculty, regardless of location, we will no longer subscribe to the print format of the titles in this collection.
New summer reads are available on the relax & read shelf.
Carsick by John Waters
Starting in Baltimore, Waters hitchhikes his way to San Francisco and relays stories about all that happens in between.
The Closer, My Story by Mariano Rivera
The 13-time All Star is considered by many to be the best relief pitcher of all time. He tells his story from his upbringing in Panama to his stardom on the field.
Lone Survivor by Marcus Luttrell
Luttrell is the only Seal to make it back from a harrowing mission in Afghanistan. He relates details about the battle but more importantly, tells the story of the men who were part of his team.
The library will close at 1pm on Thursday July 3, and be closed along with the college on:
- Friday, July 4
- Saturday, July 5
- Sunday, July 6
Regular library hours resume on Monday July 7. See the library hours
page for details.
Happy Independence Day!
The library will be closed on Saturday May 24, through Monday May 26. Library hours resume on Tuesday, May 27.Happy Memorial Day!
To coincide with Edgewood Faculty/Staff Recognition event on May 5, the library is honoring Faculty and Staff during the month of May with a display of books written by Edgewood College Faculty.
Some titles we've added to our collection over the past ten years include:
The Past That Might Have Been, the Future That May Come:
Women Writing Fantastic Fiction, 1960s to the Present
by Lauren Lacey
In Warm Blood: A Story of Privilege and Prison, Hurt and Heart
by Judith Adrian
Art Therapy and Health Care
includes chapter by Janice Havlena
Theatrical Improvisation: Short Form, Long Form, and Sketch-based Improv
by Jeanne Leep
I Am Not A Pioneer
by Adam Fell
End Of The Fire Cult
by Angela Woodward
Central America and Mexico: Efforts and Obstacles in Creating Ethical Organizations
and Ethical Economy (Journal of Business Ethics supplement)
edited by Denis Collins and Julie Whitaker
Self-help Tech Support
by Monica Oboagwina O.P.
Dr. Joe: A Lifetime of Service. A Biography of Joseph Schmiedicke
by Mary Ellen Gevelinger, O.P
The Human Mind
by Angela Woodward
Becoming God's Beloved: In the Company of Friends
by Mary Margaret Pazdan
The Black Panthers in the Midwest: The Community Programs and Services
of the Black Panther Party in Milwaukee, 1966-1977
by Andrew Wit
For My People: The Art of Elizabeth Catlett
includes an essay by Melanie Anne Herzog
Milton Rogovin: The Making of a Social Documentary Photographer
by Melanie Anne Herzog
Blind Spot: A Mystery
by J. Chlöe Braun and Lynette Rebeiro
Samuel Mazzuchelli, American Dominican: Journeyman, Preacher, Pastor, Teacher
by Mary Nona McGreal
Teaching Nursing Care of Chronic Illness: A Storied Approach to Whole Person Care
by Pamela Minden and Colleen Gullickson
by J. Chlöe Braun
Flight Into Danger
by E.K. Barber
The Longest Faculty Strike in U.S. Higher Education: Perspectives From Key Participants
Denis Collins, guest editor
Stop by and check out the writings of Edgewood College authors.
It's that time of the semester again. Beginning Monday, May 5, the library will have free coffee, tea, and the occasional treat, to keep you going when you're working on final projects and studying for exams
.Bring your own mug!We're also extending our hours starting on Tuesday, May 6 (most nights we'll be open until 1am). See the library hours for a complete schedule.
New Relax & Read books show up on our shelves as well as on some “Best of” lists.
Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
The story of two young lovers who are separated during their escape from Nigeria and their reunion many years later.
The Circle by Dave Eggers
Mae goes to work at the world’s most powerful internet company and is swept up in the plan to know everything about everybody.
The Dinner by Herman Koch
While sharing a meal, two couples each set out to protect their son from the others’ and lessen the impending tragedy that has involved them all.
The Unchangeable Spots Of Leopards by Kristopher Jansma
A young, hopeful writer is dogged by his best friends success as a writer and discouraged by his inability to get the girl of his dreams.