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Do you have kids at home this summer looking for something to do?  How about taking home a book to read to them?   Reading books with your kids can be a fun way to explore different places, plus your kids get to spend time with you! We have books for kids at Cannell Library, as […]

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The sun has finally arrived and summer is here!  As the temperature begins to heat up this week, you’ll want to find ways to stay cool.   One way to stay cool  while you’re on campus is to stop by the library, where you can cool off while getting some research or homework done on our […]

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What activities do you have planned for the summer? Working? Studying? Sunning on the beach? Staying at home with the kids? Reading? Whatever you’re doing, we’ve made it easy for you to keep in touch. Just stop by the i-Commons and select a notecard. Each one comes with a self-addressed, stamped envelope, so you don’t […]

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What’s that?  You’ve never heard of the Cavalcade of Stars?  Let me guess, you’ve never heard of Jackie Gleason either, right?  Well, in a time before the mind numbingly stupid “reality television” the networks fob off onto us today, there was a lot of quality television programing.  I’m talking, Grade A, number one, top notch […]

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Check Out Our New DVDs!

The Cannell Library has received some new DVDs!  We’ve added DVD copies of some of the videos most widely used by instructors, and a selection of classic films new and old.  We’ve added such titles as Whale Rider, Osama, Equus, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, A Streetcar Named Desire, Amadeus, and a number of […]

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Let’s Talk Turkey

Cooking a turkey this year for Thanksgiving? Check out this USDA website “Let’s Talk Turkey” to get the right cooking times and oven temperatures for your turkey. For other Thanksgiving related food recipes, you may want to look at the Food Network website. And for information about the history of Thanksgiving and its traditions, you […]

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During the summer quarter reserve materials were checked out by students 1,485 times. This fall, the Library has 153 copies of 99 different textbooks for 76 courses available on reserve. eLearning has a blog for Clark College Blackboard Users; Smart Penguin – http://www.smartpenguin.org/smartpenguin/ The Information Commons at CTC launched their own blog, the East Side […]

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The Exquisite Corpse Adventure

Image copyright Chris Van Dusen What is an Exquisite Corpse?  Why should you follow this story for the next year?  Who are the people behind this project?  All of your questions and more can be answered by visiting Read.gov at the Library of Congress, or just click on the Exquisite Corpse Adventure

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