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The Statistical Abstract of the United States, published since 1878, is the authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States and has long been a great reference resource for all kinds of researchers. However, the most recent U.S. Census Bureau budget for 2012 includes reductions that […]

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Pi Day – March 14

Yes, today, March 14, is a celebration of all things Pi.  I’m not writing about the kind of pie you eat, no sir.  I’m talking about mathematical Pi. You know the one.  It never ends: 3.141592…  Anyway, because March 14 looks like 3.14 when you write it out, Pi day is…, today! In celebration of […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

It’s Valentine’s Day – do you know how this holiday started?  Find out here: http://www.history.com/topics/valentines-day For many, Valentine’s Day = Chocolate. Interested in learning more about chocolate and how it’s made? Check out this link: http://exhibits.mannlib.cornell.edu/chocolate/

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The Cannell Library will only send out notices to your official Clark College student e-mail address. If you request to pick up or hold an item at the library and wish to be notified that your material has arrived you will need to check your Clark e-mail. This is also necessary if you want to […]

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30 Clicks: Information Tools at Your Fingertips This week: An Educational Journey on the Silk Road Thursday, November 18 @ 12:15 pm in LIB 103 As part of “International Education Week”,  join Clark Adjunct instructor in economics, John Bayer, for an educational journey on the ancient Silk Road — which often includes days without electricity. […]

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The National Book Festival took place in late September, but that doesn’t mean you completely missed out on all the fun. Many of the authors were recorded when they gave their presentations. For example, Rosemary Wells gave a presentation, as well as Ken Follett.  There are many more author webcasts available, so take your time […]

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The sun has finally arrived and summer is here!  As the temperature begins to heat up this week, you’ll want to find ways to stay cool.   One way to stay cool  while you’re on campus is to stop by the library, where you can cool off while getting some research or homework done on our […]

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This summer and fall, over 1,800 new library cards were issued.  Currently, there are 4294 students with active library cards and another 1,080 students who are using their Clark College photo IDs to check out materials.  Visits to the Cannell Library have continued to increase this academic year with a gate count of 125,878 this […]

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Name, Location and File Type: These are the three criteria for organzing and managing your information. If you missed the Drop-In Session on file management and storage, here’s the handout:  Managing Files.  The one-page handout has easy tips for organzing and managing your files, as well as links to a couple of free sites for […]

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ebrary® has created a publicly available research center featuring a highly interactive, searchable database of documents pertaining to the H1N1 influenza pandemic. Available at http://h1n1.ebrary.com, the new site contains a growing selection of reports, papers, newsletters, posters, and other important materials from government agencies and other trusted sources.

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