New York Times- Full access for Tyler students and staff!

Need to find current reporting, information on breaking events, or business reviews?  The Tyler Libraries have NEWS for you!  All students and staff now have access to the New York Times online!  The subscription includes access to all current articles as well as archived materials. To access the NYTimes online, you will need to register an account using your myTyler or John Tyler staff email. This registration process will also provide access to the NYTimes app for mobile use. To register for this service, please use the following instructions: Navigate to accessnyt.com Search…continue reading →
October Madness- Candy Edition

October Madness- Candy Edition

Do you like candy? Who are we kidding – of course you do! The question is WHAT KIND of candy you like. So, we created a bracket about candy. Welcome to October madness! (It’s like March madness but with candy and no basketball.) These next two weeks (starting on Oct. 10th) we will have two choices available to vote between every few days. The bracket will update as votes come in! Vote for the candy you like the most, because on Halloween, the winning candy will be available for you to snack on…continue reading →

Tyler Tips: Printing!

The print system in the library got some upgrades over the summer. Here is a rundown of the new changes: Add funds with a debit or credit card! You asked and we (meaning our IT department) answered. Students can now add funds to their printing account online using a debit card, credit card, or PayPal. Prefer cash? No problem. The cash method is still available. Log into the printer with your MyTyler information. Forget your student ID card in the car? Don't panic. Simply use the alternate method of signing into the printer.…continue reading →

Welcome, Trailblazers, to Fall Semester 2019!

Welcome, trailblazers! A new semester has started, bringing new goals and new challenges. The library is your on-campus site for study, research, and collaboration. In addition to the improved book collections at each campus, the library also has several new projects this semester that we are excited about: New Technology: Office 2019 is now installed on all library computers. New Collections: Chester has an expanded Early Childhood Materials Center (ECMC) and Midlothian has a new section dedicated to this broad range of materials for teaching children and young adults. Also, teachers can peruse our Faculty…continue reading →

World’s Most Popular Sport – Soccer at the Library

The Women's World Cup in Soccer ends in a week. Although soccer is the most popular sport in the world, FIFA, the governing body of the soccer, did not hold a World Cup for women players until 1991. Did you know that... Three of the countries competing at the World Cup were actually declared inactive as recent as 2016? Chile, Argentina, and Jamaica suffered team shutdowns within the last 3-5 years because their national sport federation funneled funding elsewhere and didn't schedule any matches for the teams. Imagine if Simone Biles wasn't able…continue reading →