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Have you ever missed a formula in a math class because you were absent the day your instructor gave it out?
Have you ever wanted to share a program with a friend that really helped you out?
We have the solution!
The Clark College Library has cords available for TI-84 graphing calculators to connect to another calculator or a PC. These cables check out for three hours and you can take them to class. We have sets at the main campus library as well as the extension campus at Columbia Tech Center. Share formulas and more via these sync cables. See them in the catalog here: calculator sync cables.
Remember that we also have TI-84 graphing calculators as well as scientific calculators available. These check out for 3 hours and you can take them with you to class. Just don’t take them home — the late fines are very expensive!
Are you looking for a great place to study at CTC? Check out the LOFT on the 3rd floor
- The LOFT provides students with collaborative space that supports mobile peer-learning with access to modular furniture, netbooks, laptops and LED projectors
- Individuals or groups find the LOFT an easily accessible space
- Students can check out laptops, netbooks, headphones, computer mice, calculators, wireless mice and keyboards, and LED projectors to use in the LOFT or anywhere else in the building.
- Visit the iCommons in CTC 219. Get a library card and check out a wide variety of equipment for free! Equipment checks out for three hours.
The LOFT furniture and equipment was funded through a Technology Fee grant
Other study areas at CTC
- Group Study: Rooms 204, 304, 310 and 336
- Tutoring: Room 336. Table priority for tutors
- Quiet Study: Rooms 330, 306 or the computer lab in room 203
- Academic Study: iCommons in room 219
- Offers an open area with 12 PCs for quiet, academic discussion
- Individuals or groups can also reserve our study rooms up to one week in advance
Nov 12th, 2013 by Roxanne
Need help with your MLA citations? Cannell Library is offering a Student Success Workshop on MLA Citations on Wednesday, Nov. 13, from 2:00-3:00 PM in LIB103.
At this workshop, you’ll learn how to cite accurately using MLA style. Topics include creating a works cited page and in-text citations.
If you can’t make the MLA workshop, you can always refer to the Clark College Libraries website for Citing Sources help.
Sometimes we all need a little help navigating the dizzying world of user names, passwords, wireless access, student email, Canvas and, well, you get the idea!
For help with all these tech issues and more, head over to the TechHub, located right inside Cannell Library. If you can’t make it to the library, the TechHub also has phone and chat service.
Find the full list of services and hours on the library’s TechHub page.
- Brendan Pust and Chris Leeds at the TechHub
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The Collaboration Commons has changed since the end of our summer quarter. We have moved our popular periodicals and all the furniture that was across from the Check Out Desk down to the Collaboration Commons. For your convenience there chairs/couches available next to the popular periodicals and our most recent daily newspapers have been shelved before the older newspapers.
Explore the ways that Clark librarians fill these roles:
Curator, Creator, and Promoter
Check out the video tours and the library website!
Don’t forget to Ask a Librarian
Find great tips on Twitter @ClarkLibraries!
These fun tutorials can help too!
Filter and Connector
Look at these class guides and subject guides made just for you!
Facilitator and Experimenter
30 Clicks explores new and exciting subjects!
Join us for fun events in the library and let us know what you think!
Have you ever wondered if historical information is lost in a constantly changing online environment? The Internet Archives Wayback Machine provides a way to preserve the online past by taking snapshots of the Web. According to the information on their site, with the Wayback Machine one can browse over 240 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago. Using Wayback Machine is very straightforward: go to http://archive.org/web/web.php, type the URL of your website in The Wayback Machine search field and click on the button “Take Me Back”. After that select a year and day from the calendar on which a snapshot was taken (snapshot dates are marked with blue circles).
Take a look at the October 14, 2006 version of the Clark College Libraries website http://web.archive.org/web/20061014020113/http://www.clark.edu/Library/
Recently I discovered a practical use of the Wayback Machine when I needed to use the US. Census Bureau website (http://www.census.gov/), which is currently not accessible due to the lapse in government funding. Using the Internet Archives Wayback Machine I was able to search a September 2013 version of this site. One can often encounter glitches while trying to open an archived version of this particular website with the Wayback Machine but trying patiently different snapshot dates until one works can be rewarding. And if you are not comfortable with the “trial and error” approach, you can always use the Statistical Abstracts of the United States books (REF HA 202 .A1) in the Cannell Library Reference Section.
Hello! If you are enrolled in an online class, watch the video below for a introduction of who we are and how you can contact us to get help with your assignments.
As promised here are the links for contact info:
Google: Google +
Clark College Libraries close for quarter break beginning Friday, August 30.
We reopen on Monday, September 23 for fall quarter.
Fall 2013 Open Hours
- Monday – Thursday 7:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
- Friday 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Information Commons at Columbia Tech Center (CTC) :
- Monday – Thursday 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
- Friday 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday Closed
Click here to learn more about our hours
Items can be returned to any of our outside book returns
We look forward to seeing you in the fall!
Aug 23rd, 2013 by Zachary
Wow has it really been two weeks since our last Podcast? I guess so. Let’s just get straight to the links so you can listen.
Here’s a link to the Internet Archive
Here’s the link to the song we played: I Want To Go Back To The Grass Shack In Kentucky
Here’s a link the Canvas Guides
Here’s a link to Clark’s Canvas Course Modules eLearning 101
And here’s a link to a screen shop of the help Button Brendan was talking about: Help Button
Podcast: Play in new window