Electronic Text Center
|Hours:||The ETC computers are available whenever Olin Library is open.|
|Location:||Olin Library, just outside the printing support center and behind the Olin information/reference desks. The disks are shelved to the right inside the printing support center. Please ask for help at the Olin Library reference desk, if needed. Individual consultations are available on the use of ETC resources.|
|Holdings:||The titles available in the ETC are listed here along with information about using them, online equivalents, etc.|
PURPOSES OF THE ELECTRONIC TEXT CENTER
- --Provide access to scholarly indexes, bibliographies, reference materials, and electronic text and multimedia documents from a set of dedicated workstations in the library and from the Center's list of titles
- --Work with librarians and Cornell faculty and students to identify, acquire, and organize electronic indexes, texts, and multimedia programs
- --Assist users through instruction, consultation, and demonstration of electronic resources
Note: The Assistive Technology Workstation, formerly located in the ETC, is now located in the Media Center, B Level of Olin Library. This workstation is for the use of disabled students. The hardware and software is supported by CIT and desktop services. User support from Cyrus Hamilton in the Center for Learning and Teaching. Software includes Dragon Naturally Speaking, JAWS, Universal Reader, E-text Reader, Text Audio. Headset available.
STAFF PROVIDING ETC SUPPORT:
Michael Engle, Reference Librarian, moe1[at]cornell.edu
Ryan Krolick, Public Computing Coordinator
Peter Campbell, Reference Assistant
Special thanks to the people who have staffed and supported the Center since it opened in October 1996:
Clay Chiment, reference assistant; Megan Perez, reference assistant; Bob Kibbee, reference librarian; Kara Doyle, Medieval Studies; Ashley Lin, student assistant; Lynn Thitchner, reference assistant, now librarian; Paul McMillin, reference assistant, now librarian; Virginia Cole, reference assistant, now librarian; Fred Muratori, reference librarian; Jo Miller, Medieval Studies; Sarah Benson, History of Art; Johanna Kramer, Medieval Studies; David Rollenhagen, History; Jordi Sanchez-Marti, Medieval Studies; Ijeoma Iheanacho, student assistant; Saurav Bhata, Computer Science; Laura Heisey, Desktop Services; and Jenn Personius, student assistant.