Introducing a New WML Search Experience

The Weinberg Memorial Library is excited to announce a new search experience that all starts with a single search box.

EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) is a new tool that will provide a single-entry point for all of the Library’s collections.  Using this single, unified search, you can now find books, eBooks, journal articles, and streaming media from across the Library’s databases, electronic resources, and print and media collections.  With easy filtering options, you can limit your results by date of publication, publisher, subject, and more.

While you can still look for individual databases in our newly redesigned A-to-Z database list, EDS will fully integrate results from many of our most popular databases meaning you won’t have to conduct the same search across multiple sites.

Want to learn more?  Check out our quick start guide or go to the Library’s homepage to start searching today!

Printing in color using Uniprint

There is a temporary issue with printing color items through the mobile app and uploading to the Pharos Print Center. To print in color, please open the item you need to print in color on one of the lab computers. Use the print option in that application to select the color printer and click on print. You may use the mobile app or the print center to release the job.

Poem in Your Pocket Day 2023

You may know that April is National Poetry Month, but did you know that Thursday April 27 is “Poem in Your Pocket” Day? The Academy of American Poets encourages poetry lovers to celebrate by selecting a poem and sharing it with others throughout the day at schools, bookstores, libraries, parks, workplaces, and on social media using the hashtag #PocketPoem.

I am choosing to share here the poem “Sometimes” by Rae Crossman, which illustrates why I love poetry.


Sometimes by Rae Crossman

Rushing into our early morning bedroom

with her

under-the-pillow discovery.


My daughter’s

toothless grin.


Sometimes poetry is like that:

all tooth fairy

no incisors.



it’s wolf canines

and snap of bone.


Please consider sharing a poem you love or that inspires you with a friend on April 27, either directly or via social media.

2023 Weinberg Memorial Library Book Sale


Join us at the Weinberg Memorial Library’s book sale this weekend! The University of Scranton’s Weinberg Memorial Library will hold its annual book sale on Saturday, April 29th from 9:00AM to 8:00PM and Sunday, April 30th from 12:00PM to 4:00PM. A special preview sale will be held on Friday, April 28th for current University of Scranton students and current (2022-2023) Friends of the Weinberg Memorial Library members and Schemel Forum members. Interested in becoming a member of the Friends of the Weinberg Memorial Library? Information for membership can be found at Friends of the Weinberg Memorial Library. To check the status of your Friends of the Weinberg Memorial Library and Schemel Forum memberships, please contact Kym Fetsko at or (570) 941-7816.

The book sale will have a vast array of hardcover and paperback books including non-fiction books, fiction books, cookbooks, young adult books, and children’s books. In addition, the book sale will have a variety of DVDs and CDs.

Any questions about the book sale? Please reach out to Melisa Gallo at or (570) 941-6195.

We look forward to seeing you at the Weinberg Memorial Library’s annual book sale!

One Week Left! – Application Deadline for Library Research Prize is Monday, May 1, 2023

The Bonnie W. Oldham Library Research Prize

There is one week left to apply for the Bonnie W. Oldham Library Research Prize! Project submissions for Intersession and Spring 2023 are due Monday, May 1, 2023 by 4:00 pm.

The Bonnie W. Oldham Library Research Prize recognizes excellence in research projects that show evidence of significant knowledge in the methods of research and the information gathering process and use of library resources, tools, and services.

New this year: The selection criteria have been updated and refreshed in 2022-2023 to better recognize the diversity of projects on campus. Visit the Selection Criteria and Judging information on the prize website to learn more.  

Three prizes of $500.00 each will be awarded to the winning individual student or group in the following categories: Undergraduate Foundational (100-level courses), Undergraduate Upper-level (200- to 400-level courses), and Graduate. If won by a group, the award will be split equally among the group members. All you need to do is write a 500- to 700-word essay describing your research process and how you used the Library in completing the project. Check out our Tips web page for updated advice on how to craft the best 500- to 700-word essay you can about your research. 

A statement of faculty support from the instructor who assigned the research project is also required for each submission.

For additional information on how to apply, what to include in a completed application, and to access the application, visit the Bonnie W. Oldham Library Research Prize page: