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Creating a PowerPoint slide presentation from ARTstor images is not difficult. See instructions below: 1. On ARTstor Digital Library block select ENTER HERE and then log into your ARTstor account or register for a new account. 2. Search for images. 3. Select images for your presentation by clicking on them (selected images will have orange […]

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CTC Tutoring

CTC! Are you struggling in a class? Struggle no more. The Tutoring Commons in room 336 has tutors ready to help you in the following subjects: Math Biology Chemistry English Economics Statistics Access the tutoring schedule on the Clark libraries website: http://library.clark.edu/?q=content/tutoring Need tutoring help at home? Log on for 24/7 online tutoring assistance: http://eTutoring.org  

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If you’ve attended a library instruction session, chances are there’s a Class Guide for you. Librarians know that it can be hard to remember everything from a library instruction session, so we make it easy for you to review the content by putting the information in a Class Guide. Find Class Guides from the library […]

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NFIL isn’t about playing football, eating hotdogs or even speaking like a pirate. Sponsored by the National Forum on Information Literacy (NFIL), National Information Literacy Awareness month is about promoting an essential skill, “the ability to know when there is a need for information, to be able to identify, locate, evaluate, and effectively use that […]

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Clark Librarians have been busy making how-to videos. You’ll find them embedded throughout the website, but you can see them all at a glance on our new “How-To Videos” page.  We’ll add new videos regularly, so keep checking back. Path to the “How-to Videos” page: library website >> find >> images/media >> click the blue […]

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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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Well, OK, maybe not as loud as you want. But if you take one of the three courses offered by the library I guarantee you will not be bored! Librarians are always looking for new ways to make these classes relevant but still interesting enough (and dare I say, fun?) that you’ll want to share […]

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Don’t struggle on your own! Visit the Tutoring Commons, CTC336, and let experienced tutor Joey Smokey clear the fog. You can find Joey in the Tutoring Commons on Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Yes, you read that right! Joey is available all day Mondays and Wednesdays to provide free tutoring in […]

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Welcome back to a fresh new quarter and a fresh new website! Starting this September, the old website will no longer be available and all links will redirect to the new website. If you have not done so already, please update your bookmarks, websites and course syllabi with our new URL http://library.clark.edu. Questions? Contact us!

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You’ve asked for it! You’ve dreamed about it! You’ve waited for it! It’s here: The Clark College Libraries NEW Website! The new Clark Libraries Website, still in beta, includes improved access to familiar resources, plus new features such as: subject access to resources computers and technology study areas and rooms live feeds from the the […]

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