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Items available for 3 hour checkout in the Information Commons in 219 Did you forget your calculator? Could you use a laptop and computer mouse? How about a set of headphones? We’ve got you covered! The Information Commons in CTC 219 has equipment that you can check out for three hours! Laptops* Computer Mice Scientific and […]

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Wanted: Art for display

Who: You! Students, Faculty, Staff Don’t miss out on an opportunity to display your art at CTC in the Information Commons mini gallery What: sculpture, photography, pen and ink, charcoal drawing, oil, watercolor, acrylic, ceramic, mixed media, etc. Where: Information Commons (219) display case When: Now! Art is usually displayed for one quarter If you’d like […]

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Timmy Maw, Camila Crespo and Lars Kysar explore books in the library’s new browsing collection. Stop by CTC 219 and find something to read! We are excited to have started a book collection in the Information Commons (library) at CTC!  It is growing daily. Please stop by and let us know what books you’d like […]

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Stop by the iCommons and enjoy the amazing photography of Political Science instructor Daniel Cascaddan. His photography demonstrates his eye for capturing the unusual and his talent for creating visual montages. Daniel shows us a different way to look at things that we might just walk right on by!

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10-Keys to Success!

Thanks to the generosity of Nancy Johnson and her colleagues in the BTEC department, students can borrow a 10-key calculator with tape from the Information Commons at CTC. This Sharp EL-2630PIII features a large 12-digit, 2-color printer, TAX/GT/AVG conversion functions and Calendar and clock functions. Keys are coated with Microban antimicrobial protection. Students may check […]

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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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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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