Between the Bookstacks

Kari Zhe-Heimerman, Staff Writer

Have you tried RefWorks yet?
Do you need to format a bibliography or works cited page in a particular style (MLA, APA, etc)? Do you want to keep all of those great articles for your English paper in one online folder so you can find them easily? RefWorks will do these things for you! It’s an online citation management system that allows you to save and manage citations, and also generate bibliographies in over 300 different citation styles. RefWorks is available free to Le Moyne students and faculty. You can log in to it from any computer once you set up your account. Check it out on the bottom of the Library homepage or under Citing Sources.

October was American Archives Month
Did you know that first-year students at Le Moyne had to wear beanies to signify their status? Ever wondered what students and faculty in 1955 were talking about in The Dolphin? You can find these answers in the Le Moyne Archives on the second floor of the library or at Come visit Father Bosch, our college archivist, and celebrate the value and importance of preserving the past!


Register now for HST 101/103 Workshops
Do you have a HST 101 or HST 103 research paper due this fall? The library is holding workshops, run by the history librarian, to help you find the books, articles and primary sources you need to write an outstanding paper. Visit the library webpage,, to find a workshop time and date that works for you, and register today!


New Exhibit of Haudenosaunee Art
In recognition of November as Native American Heritage Month, the Wilson Art Gallery, along with the gender and women’s studies program, will sponsor an exhibition of traditional and contemporary works of Haudenosaunee women artists, as well as works that honor women by other Haudenosaunee artists. The exhibit will run from Oct. 14 to Nov. 11 and can be seen during regular library hours.