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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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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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Come in to the Clark College Libraries and check out the newest members of our equipment family: wireless mice! Thanks to the Clark College Student Tech Fee Grant, you can now check out wireless mice or wireless keyboard/mouse sets at the Cannell main campus library. You can have them for up to 3 hours at a […]

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(Image source: http://www.marketingrealestatemadeeasy.com/) To succeed in your college classes and in your future careers, appropriate computer skills are no longer optional.  They are necessary.   How well do your computer skills match the needs of today’s higher education and workforce environments?  Maybe you can add a post to Facebook but can you save a file and […]

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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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You can now get immediate feedback after completing a section of SmarterMeasure Readiness Survey! SmarterMeasure is a great tool that helps you assess your skills for success in today’s college educational environment.  Along with your results you will receive constructive feedback and links to resources to improve your skills.  Clark students can choose to take […]

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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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  Learning Express is a wonderful, often overlooked tool available to Clark students. This database includes hundreds of interactive practice tests and tutorials for academic or licensing exams. Get an private password.   Immediate scoring, complete answer explanations, and individualized analysis of results. Improve math skills, reading comprehension or get ready for a GED test.  […]

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Thanks to a grant from Technology Fee Committee, for the next two years Clark students will have the opportunity to assess their readiness for web enhanced learning in both online and face-to-face classes.  Find out what skills you need to improve by completing the SmarterMeasure assessment.  This survey will take you about 45 minutes from […]

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