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Are you a permanent faculty or staff person at Clark College interested in eReaders but haven’t had the opportunity to try one? Now you can experiment at the main campus library! Four eReaders (2 Nook Simple Touch and 2 original Kindle keyboard devices) were received via a Washington State Libraries grant. Now, full or part-time […]

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Finals Week Finals week is almost here! The iCommons at CTC provides equipment such as calculators, laptops, netbooks or headphones and can direct you to any of the many services at CTC! Librarians are available onsite if you have last minute research questions. Need a quiet place to study? We have two student study rooms […]

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Nick Dahl’s Communications Studies 230, Small Group Communication groups have been preparing for their final project. This group has worked with Camas High School on a service learning project. The name of their group is Service Participation Nation, symbolized with the triangle. Their goal is to excel academically and to improve communication skills through effective […]

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This fall, Clark College at Columbia Tech Center will offer for-credit classes on Fridays! What will that mean to you?   More class offerings per quarter without traveling to main campus. Easier for students to complete degrees entirely at CTC. Ultimately allowing for additional lab classes and other popular offerings. Enabling Running Start students to […]

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Clark College Libraries are closed for the break. Cannell Library will reopen on July 8, 2013 at 8am and the iCommons @ CTC will reopen on July 8, 2013 at 7am. If you place requests for items when the library is closed, staff will contact you to arrange a time for pick up if your […]

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The library has computers that students can check out and take home? Yes! Courtesy of a Technology Fee Grant, the library is now checking out 15 netbooks to students that can be taken home for 21 days just like a book. This is really going to make a difference for students who don’t have computers […]

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Visit the library’s improved Tutoring and Writing Centers pages for up-to-date information about where registered Clark College students can go to get free help with math, English, writing and other classes. (Find the Tutoring page under Quick Links on the library’s website.) With the new interactive calendars, just click on an event box to get […]

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Today is the last day the library will be open for the summer term. The library will be shut from August 24th – September 23. The library will reopen for fall term at 7:00 am on September 24th. Please remember the book return boxes are moved while the main library entrance is remodeled. You can […]

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During construction of the new entrance to Cannell Library, tentatively scheduled from Friday 8/17/12 – Monday 8/27/12, the outside return boxes normally in front of the library entrance have been moved up the pathway between the stairway to Gaiser Hall and the entrance to the eLearning offices. Any items due during the construction and break […]

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Are you using eTutoring?  This great service for Clark College students has a new name now.  Read this letter for the latest news: Dear NW eTutoring students, You may have noticed that the NW eTutoring Consortium has disappeared from the Consortium list that appears after you click on the “Login Now!”  button.  Don’t worry, we’re […]

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