Cannell Library Chimes

Cannell Library Chimes is an electronic resource for information and ideas to support teaching and learning at Clark College.
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Hot News

Photo of Quentin RobbinsArtist Quentin Robbins will be reciting "The Cremation of Sam McGee," the Robert Service poem on which Quentin based a collection of 12 acrylic paintings which are currently on loan to the library. The paintings are installed on the north wall of the first floor, in the periodicals area. This informal recitation will take place on Sunday, November 11 at 3:00. Plans are underway to host a reception later in the year.

New Online Resources

Introducing Electronic Reserves

Faculty, provide your students with access to course notes, journal articles, syllabi, and exams 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with Cannell Library's new electronic reserves. Book titles, audiovisual materials, and print copies will still be available to students at the Check-Out desk in the library.

Documents on electronic reserve are password-protected, so access to copyrighted material is limited to students in the class. Once material is scanned into the system, it can remain on file for future use. Please note that copyright applies to electronic materials as well as print, so instructors must seek publisher permission to keep materials on reserve for more than one quarter.

For more information about using electronic reserves please email or call Krista Reichard (x2553).


Web Sites Worth a Look: Atlases and Country Studies

Faculty! Do you have favorite subject-specific web sites that you'd like to have available to your students through the Cannell Library web page? Send us your links and we'll consider adding them to our resources lists.

Selected Titles from the New Book Shelves

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Visit the Cannell Library Web Page for: online catalogs * magazine and journal articles * indexes * newspapers * web resources * hot links * Books in Print * video lists * research guides * and more!

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