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Archive for October, 2009

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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Alexander Maxa has the honor of being the first Clark student to receive and check out a Summit book from the Information Commons at CTC. Providing access to the collections of 38 academic libraries in Oregon and Washington, Summit allows students to search for titles, request them with the click of a button, and have […]

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During the summer the library installed a laptop counter along the east windows on the second floor. There are electrical outlets spread along the top of the counter for easy access. This fall has been very busy due to an increase in traffic in the library. This means that the noise level has also increased. If […]

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Try our free trial of American History in Video, available until November 15, 2009, and let us know what you think. American History in Video provides the largest and richest collection of video available online for the study of American history, with 2,000 hours and more than 5,000 titles on completion. The collection allows students […]

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Do you use maps in your classes? If yes, take a look at a new database on the library website – A to Z Maps Online. Included in the 4,000+ maps are: political maps, physical maps, outline maps, population maps, precipitation maps, climate maps, and other thematic maps. New maps are added to the collection […]

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Need a laptop so you can study by a sunny window? Does your study group need PowerPoint or access to the Internet?  Want to get away from it all in a quiet corner but still get some work done? Then check out a laptop from the Information Commons at CTC! Currently enrolled students can check […]

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