Friday, December 17, 2010

Winter Break Closure

The Harriet K. & Philip Pumerantz Library would like to remind you that the library will be closed from December 18, 2010 through January 2, 2011. We will resume full operation on January 3rd at 7 am.

Have a Happy Holiday and Happy New Year

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Hours of Operation Change

The Harriet K. & Philip Pumerantz Library will be closing Friday December 17, 2010 at 5 pm.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Textbooks @ MDConsult

The Library is currently experiencing technical issues with our textbook subscription through MDConsult. We are aware of the problem and are working with the provider to correct the issue as soon as possible.

UPDATE 12/8/2010 - MDConsult should now be working. If you continue to experience problems, please email

Monday, November 29, 2010

Pharos Printing System

WesternU's IT department has officially transitioned to the campus print management system, Pharos. While there are some distinct differences in the new solution, the printing concept is the same.

The library has four printers for student use: a B&W printer on the first floor, a B&W printer and a color printer on the second floor, and a B&W printer on the third floor. The color multi-function device on the second floor cannot be used to make copies at this time, but will be modified for that purpose in the future. Other multi-function printers are located throughout the campus.

For more information, please go to the Library's web site, or Computing Resources for tutorials.

Science E-journal Subscription

The Pumerantz Library now has an electronic subscription to Science, the journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAS). Our subscription run is from 1997 to present.

You may access the current issue, 26 November 2010, vol 330, issue 6008, and previous issues, our subscription also provides users with a number of RSS feeds to help you stay up to date on the latest in science news, commentary, and research.

Genome Workbench

Genome Workbench is a free product offered by National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) that is an integrated desktop application for viewing and analyzing sequence data.

Genome Workbench allows you to view data in publicly available sequence databases at NCBI, and mix this data with your own private data. Workbench can display sequence data in many ways, including graphical sequence views, various alignment views, phylogenetic tree views, and tabular views of data. It can also align your private data to data in public databases, display your data in the context of public data, and retrieve BLAST results.

You may download Genome Workbench from the Workbench download page. NCBI also provides tutorials and FAQ pages about workbench.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Library Closed for Thanksgiving

Harriet K & Philip Pumerantz Library will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday from November 25th to November 28th. The library will close at 5pm November 24th and re-open at 7 am November 29th. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

UPDATE: The Pumerantz Library will be closing Wednesday, November 24th at 5 pm.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

New E-books Titles Added

The Pumerantz Library's e-book collection grew today by seven new titles.
These titles may be accessed on campus or remotely, using your email username/password. To search for more e-books please visit our online catalog and use the e-book search feature.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

ScienceDirect Scheduled Downtime

Attention WesternU please note that there is a scheduled outage this weekend which will affect the following SciVerse product:

• ScienceDirect

The database mentioned is expected to be offline and unavailable for approximately 9 hours on Saturday, November 13th due to scheduled upgrades.

Down time by region is expected to be as follows

• U.S. Pacific Standard Time (PST): 4:30AM EST - 1:30PM PST
• U.S. Eastern Standard Time (EST): 7:30AM EST - 4:30PM EST

We apologize for the inconvenience while we improve your Elsevier products.

Kind regards,

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Pumerantz Library Used Book Sale October 25-31, 2010

The Pumerantz Library is having a book sale. The sale begins Monday, October 25th and will run until Sunday, October 31st. Prices range from .25¢ to $10. There will be human and veterinary medicine items for sale. Please contact the library at for more information.

UPDATE - All book prices will be reduced Friday, Saturday, & Sunday. Books that were .25¢ will be .10¢; .50¢ will be .25¢… etc.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Painters at the library

Facilities will be painting the library study rooms – one floor at a time.  Starting tomorrow, October 21st, 2010, the second floor library study rooms will be unavailable for use.  The 3rd floor study rooms will be unavailable on Tuesday, October 26, 2010.  When the rooms have been cleared for occupancy, they will be released for reservations via the Study Room Reservation system.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

National Medical Librarian Month

October is National Medical Librarian’s Month. Come to the library and help your university librarians celebrate. We are bringing back old favorite events and workshops as well as introducing some new ones.

To start it all off on Monday, October 4th is Snapshot Day - a day in the life of your library. Come to the library and use our services and resources as you normally would. Show how much the library means to you, stop and leave your thoughts on our comment boards on the first floor.

  • Oct 4: - Effective study techniques for medical school – Nicholas Blank-Spadoni
  • Oct 6: - Web 2.0 tools in Medicine – Rudy R. Barreras
  • Oct 13: - Clinical Apps in Medicine – Rudy R. Barreras
  • Oct 14: - Using images in PowerPoints and presentations – Ruth Harris
  • Oct 18: - Cite While You Write® and EndNote® Output Styles - Alicia Saulpaugh
  • Oct 21:- Test anxiety and relaxation techniques – Dagmar Cofer
  • Oct 27: - PowerPoint® for students – David Peterson
  • Oct 28: - Researching using embase® – Ruth Harris
For times and more details please visit our workshop guide.  

Book Repair Day – October 19 - Leave a book in need of repair at the library. We’ll fix it and get it back to you. Please allow a few days for staff to repair the book and contact you.  

Bi-annual Library Book Sale – October 25 – 31 - Books will be replenished throughout the week so remember to stop back to see what has been added.  

Fine Free Friday – October 29 - Come in on this one day and the library will forgive a fine on a book that you currently have checked out. Sorry, we can't forgive previous or existing fines, nice try though!  

Candy! - October 25 - 31 - Our public service desks, check out and reference, will have candy on hand.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Pumerantz Library participates in Snapshot Day

The Harriet K. & Philip Pumerantz Library is joining libraries across the state in participating in “Snapshot: One Day in the Life of California Libraries” on October, 4, 2010 to show how important academic, public, school, and special libraries and library systems are to the state of California. This Snapshot Day has been developed by the California Library Association (CLA).

On October, 4, 2010, the Pumerantz Library will compile statistics, customer comments, photographs, and other data chronicling a typical library day. The results collected will be added to those of other libraries across California, by CLA, to show how libraries provide invaluable services to California citizens.

Kim Bui-Burton, CLA President and Director of the Monterey Public Library, “I invite all California community members of any age to visit their library on this historic day and be a part of this first ever "snapshot" of California libraries. Every kind of library provides unique and irreplaceable services; we know this because in communities across the state library usage is rising, and demand is growing for books and other resources, knowledgeable staff assistance and computer/Internet access - despite budget cuts, reduced hours and programs. We believe this California libraries ‘snapshot’ will show the essential library services and life-changing experiences that California's communities depend on, especially during these times of severe economic distress. We look forward to capturing this "day in the life of California libraries" to demonstrate to decision makers the extent that our patrons, customers and future leaders rely on California libraries for critical library services, resources and programs - now, more than ever."

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Fahrenheit 451 Screening

On Friday, October 1 at 6pm WesternU will be hosting a screening of the film Fahrenheit 451. The screening will be in the Health Education Center, Lecture Hall 1.

This 1966 film adaptation features Julie Chrisitie and Oskar Werner in the starring roles. Synopsis of the film, "In an oppressive future, a fireman whose duty it is to destroy all books begins to question his task."

Popcorn and reader's guides for all attendees.

EndNote X4 for Macs has Arrived!

It is finally here! Endnote X4 for Macs has arrived to WesternU and is ready for Mac users to download.

EndNote is a bibliographic management software program that allows you to store all your citations in one place. It also helps with formatting citations within a Word document.

The new features of EndNote X4 for Macs are:

  • Import bibliographic information from saved PDFs that have Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) and CrossRef® data imbedded into the PDF. This will not work with PDFs that have just been scanned and saved from a print copy.
  • APA 6th now works correctly when citing more than 7 authors.

Please download Endnote X4 for Macs only with Firefox, and utilize Firefox for all importation of references into your libraries. Each authorized user is permitted two (2) EndNote downloads; one for your desktop computer and one for your laptop. Download instructions and EndNote information can be found here!

Rehabilitation Reference Center Trial

The Harriet K. & Philip Pumerantz Library has a new trial to the Rehabilitation Reference Center (RRC). The RRC is an evidence-based clinical reference tool for use by rehabilitation clinicians at the point-of-care. It has been designed to provide therapists and students with the best evidence available in the areas of physical, occupational, and speech therapies.

The Rehabilitation Reference Center content includes:
• Clinical Reviews
• Exercise Images
• Assessment/Plan of Care
• Causes & Risk Factors
• Desired Outcomes/Outcome Measures
• Patient Education
• Guidelines

From the RRC homepage you may click through to DynaMed and other Pumerantz Library EBSCOHost databases, as well as stay current with health news.

At the conclusion of this trial, November 15, the library will evaluate usage data and make purchasing decisions based on usage, pricing, and available funding. Your feedback is greatly appreciated and may be sent to

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Big Read

The Harriet K. & Philip Pumerantz Library has partnered with the Pomona Public Library to host their kick-off event for the Pomona Big Read, October 8, 6pm – 9pm in Health Education Center (HEC), Lecture Hall I.

The book chosen for this year’s Big Read is Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. The evening will feature an interactive program with Ray Bradbury and Sam Weller. Sam Weller, Bradbury’s authorized biographer, will discuss his books, The Bradbury Chronicles and the newly released Listen to the Echoes: the Ray Bradbury Interviews. A reception will begin the event at 6pm and a book signing will follow the event.

The Big Read is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. For more information please visit our Big Read guide or our Facebook wall.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Welcome to the R2 Digitial Library Trial

The Harriet K & Philip Pumerantz Library has arranged for a trial of electronic books (eBooks) from the R2 Digital Library. Western University of Health Sciences students, faculty, and staff may access the eBooks here until the conclusion of the trial on October 30th.

The collection contains over 1000 eBooks related to Medicine, close to 200 eBooks related to Nursing and almost 200 eBooks in the fields of Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Laboratory Sciences, and Dentistry. The R2 Digital Library not only contains eBooks on basic clinical topics such as pathophysiology, but also eBooks on topics of interest to health professionals like health policy, ethics, and patient care. Check out the tutorial about the R2 collection.

Currently full-text is available for all titles. At the conclusion of the trial, the library will evaluate usage data and make purchasing decisions based on usage, pricing, and funds available. Your feedback is greatly appreciated and you may email your comments to the reference department.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Primary Care Under Pressure

Julie Rovner has penned a three part special series on the expected short fall of health care professionals as the baby boomers age.

In the series overview Rovner stated that, "By 2030, 70 million Americans — 1 of every 5 — will be over age 65. And seniors need and use more medical care. The new health law will also add to the demand for one-on-one care. By 2019, an estimated 32 million more Americans will have health insurance than have it now. And for many patients, the shortage is already a reality."

Read the overview in its entirety here. The remaining parts are listed below:

Part 1. - Bucking the Trend: Primary Care Doc Practices Solo

Part 2. - Future of Primary Care? Some Say "Medical Home"

Part 3. - Mid-level Providers Fill Primary Care Doctor's Shoes

How do you think this will affect the future of health care? What affects will this have on health care education? Do you think your practice will have to change?

Share your thoughts!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Library Closed for Labor Day

Please note that the Pumerantz Library will be closed Monday, September 6th in observance of Labor Day. We will resume our regular hours of 7 am to 11 pm on Tuesday, September 7th.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

VetMed Resource Trial

The Pumerantz Library has arranged for a 30 day trial to CABI'S VetMed Resource. The trial will be available until September 30th.

VetMed Resource was created in response to demand from veterinarians, veterinary associations and schools, and information specialists. It is designed to be a single comprehensive resource containing all of CABI's veterinary information to provide ideal support for veterinary continuing education. An online demo is also available.

VetMed Resource’s unique features:
  • The bibliographic database includes records from CAB Abstracts from 1972 and is updated weekly
  • Full text documents available include conference papers, journal articles and bulletins
  • Breaking news updates, news articles covering current topics and an events calendar
  • CAB Reviews: specially commissioned, peer reviewed review articles written by specialists in their field
  • The Animal Health and Production Compendium which includes over 2000 pictures, drug database, glossary, food safety module, parasite identification keys, and detailed coverage of health and production topics.

Access the trial here. Please email the library at for username/password information.

Please let us know your opinion of this database by sending feedback to or post your comments here.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Pumerantz Library @ WesternU Prospective Student Day

Two of the reference librarians worked a booth at the August 28th Preview Day. We had the opportunity to interact with at least 75 - 100 potential students and their families and were able to tell them about some of the library's services. The main questions we had were the hours of the library and how we could help them when they became students here at WesternU.

Overall it was a great experience and we look forward to working the Preview Day again on February 19, 2011.

Monday, August 23, 2010

New Dentistry Module in AnatomyTV

The library now has access to the AnatomyTV - 3D Dentistry module. You may also access this through the link on the library’s Electronic Resources page.

This is a separate section from Dentistry available in the general AnatomyTV. Please note that you will need to log out of one resource before you can get into the other. To do this, click the “Log off” button at the top right of the AnatomyTV entry page (it is hidden among the heads at the top of the page).

3D Dentistry displays clear, detailed and accurate 3D modeling of the key anatomy for dentistry. You may choose from over 100 3D views of the head, neck, face, oral and nasal cavities, dentition, individual teeth in 3D and cross section, nerves, larynx, pharynx, sinuses, eye, brain, and more.

There is a limit of 5 users at one time, so please be sure to log out each time when you are finished using this resource.

Library Workshops Website

A listing of the Pumerantz Library's Fall workshops is available at our Workshop Guide. From here you can reserve a seat at upcoming workshops, or add them to your Google Calendar.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

New E-Books added to the Library!

Pumerantz Library has subscribed to these three electronic books from MD Consult:

Boron and Boulpaep: Medical Physiology, 2nd ed.

Gordis: Epidemiology, 4th ed.

Young: Wheater’s Functional Histology, 5th ed.

You can search for these books by looking up the books in MD Consult in the Electronic Resources page.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at, call us at 909-469-5323, SMS/text us at 909-764-8156 or via IM/Chat.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

AdisOnline Journals Unavailable

Full-text access to AdisOnline is currently unavailable. The publisher has been notified and they are working to restore access.

Full-text access to the following journals are unavailable at this time;

American Journal of Cardiovascular Drugs
American Journal of Clinical Dermatology
Clinical Drug Investigation
Clinical Pharmacokinetics
CNS Drugs
Drug Safety
Drugs and Aging
Pediatric Drugs

We will post again when our access has been restored.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Congratulations Toni Lam and all the other Raffle Winners!

Congratulations Toni Lam! Toni Lam (CPM’14) won the $25 Starbucks gift certificate for "liking" Harriet K & Philip Pumerantz Library's Facebook Page. Even though the Raffle is complete, anyone can still follow us on Facebook and Twitter to see news and events occurring at the library or just join the conversation on health and information related topics.

Additionally, the other winners are Lana Darghali, PharmD ’14 ($50 gift card to the University Bookstore); Melissa Kong, OD ’14 ($25 Subway gift card); Christina Vu, DMD ’14 (Set of Netter’s Anatomy Flash cards).

Thank you again to all the new students who stopped by the library’s booth at the Vendor Faire or came to the library for a tour that day. The library staff had a great time meeting all of the new students and we look forward to working with you in the future.

ScienceDirect is Available

Access to ScienceDirect has been restored.

ScienceDirect is Currently Unavailable

ScienceDirect is currently unavailable. Elsevier, the company running this product, is working on the problem and we will blog again when it is back up and working. Thank you for your patience.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Library Workshops - August & September 2010

Beginning with PubMed
Wednesday, September 1
5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

In this workshop you will be shown how to perform a basic search in PubMed. You will also be shown how to use some of the results tools provided with the database. Following the workshop time will be provided for a question and answer session.

Facilitated by Rudy R. Barreras, Reference Librarian
Wednesday, September 8
7 – 8 pm

In this one hour online Elluminate workshop, students will be given an introduction to Nursing@Ovid, a federated search engine that covers the following databases; Journals@Ovid, CINAHL, PUBMED & the Pumerantz Library’s online catalog. Topics covered will be basic searching, an explanation of limits and how to use them, and how to upload citations to EndNote.

Facilitated by Rudy R. Barreras, Reference Librarian

All workshops are held in the library's 2nd floor Teaching Lab (Rm. 211), unless otherwise noted. To reserve a seat for a workshop email or call 909-469-5323.

Library Information

Pumerantz Library Hours

Monday - Thursday 7 am to 11 pm
Friday 7 am to 6 pm
Saturday & Sunday 11 am to 7 pm

Main Phone # 909-469-5323
SMS/Text 909-764-8156

Reference Desk Hours
Monday -Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday 11 am to 7 pm

Facebook and Twitter

Monday, August 2, 2010


The staff of the Pumerantz Library would like to welcome all incoming students to WesternU. To help you get acquainted with the library services and staff please visit our Orientation Research Guide.

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Join our fan drive! Fan the library on either Facebook or Twitter during the week of August 9 - 14 and have your name entered into a drawing for a $25 Starbucks gift card.

Vendor Faire
Stop and visit the reference staff at the library's booth at the Vendor Faire on August 7. Stock up on library swag, pick up a liaison bookmark, and enter into a drawing for a $50 WesternU Bookstore gift card or a set of Netter's anatomy flash cards.

Also on August 7 stop by and take a library tour. After the tour, throw your name into the hat for a drawing of a $25 Subway gift card.

The Pumerantz Library staff looks forward to assisting you in the future.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

EndNote X4 Has Arrived for Windows!

EndNote is a bibliographic management software program that allows you to store all your citations in one place. It also helps with formatting citations within a Word document.

The new features of EndNote X4 for Windows are:

  • Import bibliographic information from saved PDFs that have Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) and CrossRef® data imbedded into the PDF. This will not work with PDFs that have just been scanned and saved from a print copy.
  • APA 6th now works correctly when citing more than 7 authors.

Download EndNote X4 today! Each authorized user is permitted two (2) EndNote downloads; one for your desktop computer and one for your laptop. Download instructions and EndNote information can be found here!

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Update - Summer Library Workshops

The Pumerantz Library is offering a summer workshop series through Western University's CAPE department. The classes offered are:

Web 2.0 tools & Handheld Applications - Rudy R. Barreras
July 22, 2010 - Noon to 1pm - 4th floor library conference room

EMBASE - Ruth Harris, MLIS
July 27, 2010 - Noon to 1pm - 4th floor library conference room

Copyright 101 - Pat Vader, MLIS Library Director
July 29, 2010 - Noon to 1:30 Nursing Science Center 2nd floor dining area.

Lunch will be served at all workshops. For more details and to register please visit the CAPE website.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Summer library workshop series

The Pumerantz Library is offering a summer workshop series through Western University's CAPE department. The classes offered are:

July 13, 2010 - Noon to 1pm - Teaching Lab Rm. 211

Web of Science & Journal Citation Reports

July 15, 2010 - Noon to 1pm - Teaching Lab Rm. 211

Citation Tracking & Alerts

July 20, 2010 - Noon to 1pm - 4th floor library conference room

Web 2.0 tools & Handheld Applications

July 22, 2010 - Noon to 1pm - 4th floor library conference room

July 27, 2010 - Noon to 1pm - 4th floor library conference room

Lunch will be served at all workshops. For more details and to register please visit the CAPE website.

Pumerantz Library is an now IACLE resource center

Working in conjunction with faculty from the College of Optometry, the Pumerantz Library was recently designated as an IACLE Resource Center. The International Association of Contact Lens Educators (IACLE) materials have been provided free of charge to the library. The major resource available from the IACLE is the:

Contact Lens Course - a comprehensive program providing the educator with the necessary materials needed in order to teach a high quality contact lens course.

All IACLE resources may be checked out by currently enrolled students and faculty of Western University and may be used in-house by card carrying members of the IACLE.

Library SMS/text and chat service

The Pumerantz Library has long offered chat service to the WesternU Community. Now we are expanding and enhancing this service with SMS/text service.

Send your SMS/text question to 909-764-8156. Please allow 2-3 minutes for a librarian response.

The Pumerantz Library does not charge for this service. However, cell phone providers generally charge customers for sending and/or receiving text messages. Check with your cell phone provider for more information on text messaging charges.

PubMed Clinical Queries Redesign Preview

The PubMed Clinical Queries page will soon be redesigned to filter one search by three clinical research areas: Clinical Study Categories, Systematic Reviews, and Medical Genetics.

The Clinical Queries page has been reconfigured with columns to preview the first five citations of the results for the three research areas. The radio buttons for Clinical Study Categories and the checkboxes for Medical Genetics have been replaced with pull-down menus. While previewing results, you may make alternate menu selections for the Clinical Study Categories and Medical Genetics to modify those results of your search. Citations display in "Recently Added" order and link to the Abstract format in PubMed. "See all" links to the complete results.

Descriptions of the research areas appear under each column.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010


The Pumerantz Library now has a subscription to the differential diagnosis generator VisualDx. Description from the VisualDx Website:

"VisualDx is a diagnostic decision support system designed by clinicians to aid medical professionals in the diagnosis of visually identifiable diseases. It provides instant access to specialist knowledge at the point of care, merging medical images with concise clinical text. As the clinician enters actual patient findings, VisualDx creates a visual differential diagnosis. The software includes more than 18,000 images representing over 1,000 visually identifiable diseases, drug reactions, and infections. VisualDx is a multi-use tool designed for day-to-day clinical diagnosis, emergency preparedness, and medical education."

Along with the database subscription the WesternU Community has access to the VisualDx iPhone/iTouch application. You may request the application by clicking on the "Get VisualDx free for your iPhone" link located on the database homepage.

Independence Day Closure

The Pumerantz Library will be closed from July 3 through July 5 in observance of Independence Day. The Library will reopen July 6 at our regular summer hours of 7 am to 9 pm.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Library Server Maintenance

The library server will be unavailable on Tuesday, June 22nd from 9:00 am to 11:00 am for maintenance. During this time you will not be able to access the library's Online Catalog available at

If you need to renew your books during the time the server is unavailable, please call (909) 469-5323.

Access to the library's Electronic Resources will not be affected.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Please contact the library at (909) 469-5323 if you have any questions.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

New nursing limiter in CINAHL

EBSCO announced today the release of a "Written by a Nurse" Limiter.

The written by a nurse limiter applies to records from 2009 and forward. Credentials include RN, BSN, MSN, or appropriate degree. As this limiter pertains to non-U.S. journals, the credentials include licensed nurse or appropriate nursing degree in the particular country.

There are two limiters of this variety:

First Author is Nurse – If this limiter is applied, then you will only retrieve records where it is confirmed that the first author of an article is a nurse, according to credentials noted in the article.

Any Author is Nurse – If this limiter is applied, then you will only retrieve records where at least one author is a nurse, according to the credentials noted in the article.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Library Inventory begins June 7th

The Library will be conducting its annual inventory beginning Monday, June 7th through Friday, June 11th. We will be open our normal summer hours. During this time there may be an increase in the noise levels on the 2nd and 3rd floors. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Pumerantz Library Retreat

The Library will be closed Friday, June 4th at noon for a half-day retreat for the library staff. Please email any requests or questions to and they will be answered by Monday, June 7. Books may be renewed online through the online catalog -

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Pumerantz Library Summer Hours begin June 1st

Harriet K & Philip Pumerantz Library will begin summer hours June 1st. The library will be closed May 30th and May 31st for Memorial Day, but it will be open on Saturday while the rest of the university is closed. It will reopen June 1st with the following hours:

Monday to Thursday: 7 am to 9 pm
Friday: 7 am to 6 pm
Saturday: 11 am to 7 pm
Sunday: Closed

If you have any questions, please contact the library at 909-469-5323 or