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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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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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Next Wednesday, April 24 kicks off the Spring 30 Clicks schedule. 30 Clicks hosts 30-minute presentations on technology skills, resources, and products every Wednesday from 12:15-12:45 in LIB103. Each session features a different staff or faculty member sharing their knowledge and expertise. Everyone is welcome at 30 Clicks: staff, faculty, students, and community members. We […]

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New study space at CTC: The LOFT! Spring quarter we our debuting the LOFT a new study space located on the third floor of CTC. Students can utilize new modular furniture, access the wireless network, use netbooks, laptops or LED projectors for any academic pursuit! Students can collaborate in groups or study alone in the […]

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For all of recorded time our First Floor DVD collection has been available for 6 days and 6 days only, but all this has changed. Now you are able to renew your borrowed DVD up to two times, same as a book! That means you can potentially keep the DVD for 18 days (as long […]

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Cannell Library welcomes the Transitional Programs from Town Plaza Center on Mill Plain to the main campus! We have new books to celebrate. The ESL/ENL collection has been expanded and organized into levels. Blue is beginning, red is intermediate, and green is advanced. We also have a skills section focusing on grammar. In addition to […]

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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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It’s International Open Access Week! Not sure if you should be celebrating or not? Have you ever been frustrated when a database article is not just a click away? Currently, scholars do research, write up articles, and give those articles to publishers. The publishers print the articles and provide online access in article databases. Publishers […]

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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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Congratulations, Class of 2012!  All of us here at Clark College Libraries wish you the best in your future endeavours and hope that your library research skills will serve you well in your life beyond Clark.  For those of you who are currently exploring your career options,  remember to check out the helpful resources listed […]

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