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Borrowed images need to be cited just like any other information such as a quote or statistic. This is true for images included in papers, blog posts, and even slide presentations. A new tool called Photos For Class will search for an image in the Flickr Creative Commons and will automatically provide a citation at the base […]

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BTEC 155 student Camila Spencer’s poster was selected as the new design for the Quiet Zone poster on the second floor of Cannell Library. Camila’s design was chosen from nearly 30 submissions.  Her design will be printed at 22″x34″ size and placed in vertical sign holders in the two main sections of the Quiet Zone. […]

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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: Zachary: Twitter: twitter.com/zgrant Skype: zgrant.clark Google: Google + Email: zgrant@clark.edu Phone: 992-2971 Kitty: Email: […]

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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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If you’ve attended a library instruction session, chances are there’s a Class Guide for you. Librarians know that it can be hard to remember everything from a library instruction session, so we make it easy for you to review the content by putting the information in a Class Guide. Find Class Guides from the library […]

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Students of Professor Robert Hughes’ CGT 105, User Interface Design class, have a lot to be proud of this quarter. As part of their coursework they performed user experience analysis and provided ideas for solutions to improve and update IRIS, Clark College Libraries’ collection of information literacy tutorials. The project included several phases, starting with […]

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Well, OK, maybe not as loud as you want. But if you take one of the three courses offered by the library I guarantee you will not be bored! Librarians are always looking for new ways to make these classes relevant but still interesting enough (and dare I say, fun?) that you’ll want to share […]

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30 Clicks: Information Tools at Your Fingertips This week: Streaming Videos Thursday, May 27 @ 1:15 pm in LIB 103 Do you have difficulty finding appropriate streaming videos for your class presentations and projects? Want to jazz up your class lectures with educational videos? Join us for a Thirty Clicks session on where to find […]

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