Text Me this Call Number

There’s a new feature in eQuest, “Text Me This Call Number.”

"Lincoln" Author does Research in EKU's Main Library

Charles Bracelen Flood, author of 1864 Lincoln at the Gates of History, recently completed his research at EKU’s John Grant Crabbe Main Library.  Learn more about the author’s personal experience working with the...

New Databases

EKU Libraries, in partnership with the College of Education, is proud to announce several new and exciting resource subscriptions in support of the new Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.

Evening Shuttle - Be Safe. Ride Smart.

Would you like to study late into the evening at the main Library, but you don’t want to walk home in the dark? Perhaps you would like to have a warm ride back to your residence hall. Then Be Safe and Ride Smart on EKU’s evening shuttle...

Kentucky Book Fair

The 2008 Kentucky Book Fair will take place on November 15th at the Frankfort Convention Center, 405 Mero Street, Frankfort, KY. Hours are 9 to 4:30 p.m. Admission is free.

Scholastic Book Fair @ the LRC

Please come to the Scholastic Book Fair hosted by the Learning Resources Center in Crabbe Library, September 15-19, 2008. Hours are Monday through Friday 8am until 8pm, and Friday 8am until 12pm. Featured items include hardcover picture books, state...

NAXOS Music Library

EKU Libraries now subscribes to Naxos Music Library, the world’s largest online classical music library. In addition to an extensive classical music selection, you can browse the “Genres” tab to hear world music, jazz, pop, and...

Teaching with ARTstor

EKU Libraries subscribe to ARTstor, a fantastic image database that can be used by faculty and students in all academic disciplines. Here is some information especially helpful for faculty:

Eastern's University Archives Launches Flickr Site

We’re excited to announce that the University Archives has been posting images on Flickr since April. Read more about it at our own Jackie Couture’s blog.


The libraries are pleased to introduce Encore, a new way to search the Libraries’ books, journals, videos, and other materials. We hope you will give it a whirl and give us your feedback.