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Archive for May, 2007

Each year Clark College recognizes students for their efforts and work on campus. Cannell Library is proud to announce that three of our student workers won outstanding student employee awards at this year’s OSWALD (Outstanding Students With Academic Leadership and Development) ceremony. They are… Rachel Elliott Rachel has been an excellent student employee since she […]

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Cannell Library now has access to LexisNexis, a powerful database that provides access to a wide range of authoritative sources, including world-wide news, business, financial, and legal research tools (such as Shepards Citations, law reviews, Codes for all 50 states, and more). To learn how to use LexisNexis, visit the Knowledge Base,  download one of […]

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Memorial Day Holiday

Cannell Library is open Saturday May 26th from 1 pm until 5 pm, but will be closed Sunday May 27 and Monday May 28 for the Memorial Day Holiday. The library’s regular schedule will resume on Tuesday May 29th.

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Welcome CLAMS!

On May 17 and 18th Cannell Library hosted the annual conference for CLAMS, College Library and Media Specialists of Washington. The Librarians held an information session on serving distance learners, and in keeping with the Hawaiian theme of this year’s conference, attendees were treated to a performance from members of the Kaleinani o ke Kukui […]

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“Check out” this e-book, available through NetLibrary until the end of May.

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Cannell Librarians Kitty Mackey and Zachary Grant, and IT Specialist Pavel Popov presented a workshop on Friday, May 11 called Blogs & Wikis: More Than Cool Toys — Essential Tools for Libraries. View the PowerPoint slides and handouts. If you were a participant at that workshop, please tell us: What will you take back to […]

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Congratulations to cataloging technician Susie Harding for winning the Quarterly Excellence Award!

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    Next time you need an article, try the Visual Search feature available in the EBSCOhost databases. Instead of a list of articles, you’ll get a “grokked” set, like the one shown below. Give it a try and see for yourself how it works!  

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