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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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Students at CTC are hard at work preparing for final exams and polishing up their final papers. With quarter break just around the corner, students are taking advantage of iCommons technology to conclude their winter term on a high note. Reference librarians are available to help with research and citations at CTC Monday-Thursday from 11-6 […]

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As a college student it can be challenging at times to balance school, work and home. Here are seven tips for effective reading as a college student: College Reading Tip #1 – Start Reading Early College Reading Tip #2 – Skim College Reading Tip #3 – Understand Vocabulary College Reading Tip #4 – Take Notes […]

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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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Creating a PowerPoint slide presentation from ARTstor images is not difficult. See instructions below: 1. On ARTstor Digital Library block select ENTER HERE and then log into your ARTstor account or register for a new account. 2. Search for images. 3. Select images for your presentation by clicking on them (selected images will have orange […]

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Dear Students, Faculty and Staff of Clark College: Thank you for your participation in the Library Snapshot Day on April 17, 2013!  Special thanks to those who contributed their vision for Clark College Libraries and to our READ poster volunteers.  Watch the Snapshot Day highlights in a video created by Alison Pezanoski-Browne.    

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Join us Wednesday, April 17th from 10a.m. to 2 p.m. for Snapshot Day! Participating libraries all across Washington are hosting a Snapshot Day sometime between April 7th – 20th in correspondence with National Library Week. For our Snapshot Day on April 17th, we want you to tell us your vision for what you’d like the […]

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Smithsonian Wild

Finals are approaching and you may find yourself in need of a quick study break.  When you do, you may want to check out the Smithsonian Wild website. Researchers at the Smithsonian have installed motion-triggered cameras around the world in order to be able to study wildlife in their natural habitat. You’ll be able to […]

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For the history enthusiasts: To help mark the 50th anniversary of the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy, David S. Ferriero, Archivist of the United States, and Caroline Kennedy, President of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, recently unveiled the nation’s largest online digitized presidential archive, providing unprecedented global access to the most important papers, […]

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30 Clicks: Information Tools at Your Fingertips This week: Prezi: The Zooming Presentation Editor Thursday, October 7 @ 12:15 pm in LIB 103 Join Lori Wamsley for this 30 Clicks session to learn about Prezi, a new online tool which will help you to create fun, visually interesting presentations. Adding images and YouTube videos to […]

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