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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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Are you looking for a great place to study at CTC? Check out the LOFT on the 3rd floor The LOFT provides students with collaborative  space that supports mobile peer-learning with access to modular furniture, netbooks, laptops and LED projectors Individuals or groups find the LOFT an easily accessible space Students can check out laptops, […]

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TechHub is Here!

Sometimes we all need a little help navigating the dizzying world of user names, passwords, wireless access, student email, Canvas and, well, you get the idea! For help with all these tech issues and more, head over to the TechHub, located right inside Cannell Library. If you can’t make it to the library, the TechHub […]

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Explore the ways that Clark librarians fill these roles: Curator, Creator, and Promoter Check out the video tours and the library website! Don’t forget to Ask a Librarian Educator Find great tips on Twitter @ClarkLibraries! These fun tutorials can help too! Filter and Connector Look at these class guides and subject guides made just for […]

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Have you ever wondered if historical information is lost in a constantly changing online environment?  The Internet Archives Wayback Machine provides a way to preserve the online past by taking snapshots of the Web.  According to the information on their site, with the Wayback Machine one can browse over 240 billion web pages archived from […]

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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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What database usage increased by 1087.5% during Spring quarter 2013? New York Times Historical! The library marketing committee featured three databases during spring quarter. The experiment was successful! New York Times Historical was featured in April on the homepage of the library website and showed a huge increase in page views compared to April 2012. […]

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