Most of you enjoy socializing with your friends and colleagues on Facebook or the other social networking sites. Have you ever wished that while logged on to Facebook, you could research an assignment for class or inform library staff that the temperature needs to be raised on the third floor? Now you can! The BLS Library is pleased to announce the publication of its very own Facebook page. Thanks to the assistance of Thurgood Marshall High School Student Intern, Andy Wang, students, faculty, staff and other fans of the Library can search SARA, the library’s online catalog, JSTOR, and/or WorldCat straight from Brooklyn Law School Library’s Facebook page. You can also view the latest news from the New York Times and GPO Access or you can learn about new databases and books that the library has acquired. Another feature of the site is the posting of both general library information (location, hours of operation, etc.) and more specific library information, like research workshops being held at the library. We invite all to make comments or suggestions, whether it is requesting that the temperature be changed, recommending the library acquire an item, or reporting a missing book or treatise. So next time you are logged on to Facebook check us out and become a fan. You can find us by searching for Brooklyn Law School Library. Please note that this page is only available to registered users of Facebook.
Up next, Myspace!