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Clark College Libraries are making good progress toward the transition to our new library system which goes live between June 24 and July 1, 2014. We are moving with our Summit partner libraries from 37 stand-alone library systems to one shared system. This will improve the research experience for our students and faculty and allow us […]

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Students at CTC are hard at work preparing for final exams and polishing up their final papers. With quarter break just around the corner, students are taking advantage of iCommons technology to conclude their winter term on a high note. Reference librarians are available to help with research and citations at CTC Monday-Thursday from 11-6 […]

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Next Wednesday, April 24 kicks off the Spring 30 Clicks schedule. 30 Clicks hosts 30-minute presentations on technology skills, resources, and products every Wednesday from 12:15-12:45 in LIB103. Each session features a different staff or faculty member sharing their knowledge and expertise. Everyone is welcome at 30 Clicks: staff, faculty, students, and community members. We […]

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Come in to the Clark College Libraries and check out the newest members of our equipment family: wireless mice! Thanks to the Clark College Student Tech Fee Grant, you can now check out wireless mice or wireless keyboard/mouse sets at the Cannell main campus library. You can have them for up to 3 hours at a […]

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(Image source: http://www.marketingrealestatemadeeasy.com/) To succeed in your college classes and in your future careers, appropriate computer skills are no longer optional.  They are necessary.   How well do your computer skills match the needs of today’s higher education and workforce environments?  Maybe you can add a post to Facebook but can you save a file and […]

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Have you ever wondered how best to use technology to better plan, document, and share your travel experiences? As part of International Education Week, join English Instructor William Durden for a presentation on social media, digital literacy, and travel. He will narrate a backpacking trek across Chile with a special focus on documentation of the Chilean student demonstrations that took place in 2011. […]

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Last evening’s episode of On the Media had three interesting segments related to Internet issues that affect users globally.  You can stream or download these segments: In Internet Censorship from Around the Globe (6:48) On the Media cohost Bob Garfield and Electronic Frontier Foundation Activism Director Rainey Reitman discuss recent and ongoing events related to […]

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30 Clicks: Information Tools at Your Fingertips This week: Prezi Wednesday, January 25 @ 12:15 pm in LIB 103 Tired of PowerPoint presentations? Prezi is a free online tool which will help you create fun, visually interesting presentations. Learn how to easily add text, images, videos, Word documents, and .pdfs to your Prezi presentation. If […]

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You asked for it, you got it! Students can now choose color printing from the computers in both the  iCommons (CTC 219) and the Computer Lab (CTC 203). The printer is physically located in CTC 203. When you choose color printing, the system automatically deducts 20 points per page from your printing budget. See  Student […]

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Thanks to a grant from Technology Fee Committee, for the next two years Clark students will have the opportunity to assess their readiness for web enhanced learning in both online and face-to-face classes.  Find out what skills you need to improve by completing the SmarterMeasure assessment.  This survey will take you about 45 minutes from […]

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