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Spring Term Hours

Cannell Library hours for Spring term are: Monday-Thursday: 7:00 am – 8:30 pm Friday: 7:00 am – 5:00 pm Saturday-Sunday: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm There are lots of resources available for students, faculty and staff at Cannell Library, beyond our books, films and computers: Our 30 Clicks sessions will begin Thursday, April 14 from […]

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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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It’s Groundhog Day!

Picture taken by: Reinhard Kraasch Find out if Punxsutawney Phil (the world’s most famous groundhog) saw his shadow today: http://groundhog.org/ Learn more about groundhogs: http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/groundhog/ Looking for more local information?  Read about Jabari, the hedgehog, who lives at the Portland zoo: http://www.oregonzoo.org/Newsroom/2011releases/HedgehogDay11.pdf

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Using clips from more than 300 of the greatest movies ever made, the 1995 series,  American Cinema,  explores film history and American culture through the eyes of over 150 Hollywood insiders, including Clint Eastwood, Steven Spielberg, and Michael Eisner. In-depth treatments present film as a powerful economic force, potent twentieth-century art form, and viable career […]

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Today would have been Mr. Wodehouse’s 129th birthday.  What’s that?  You don’t know who P. G. Wodehouse is?  Why not take a gander at our online resource, Literature Resource Center, or check our online catalog for some of his books. Here’s a clue: Bertie Wooster would be lost without Jeeves. List of P. G. Wodehouse […]

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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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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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Due to recent updates logging on to your summit account has changed slightly. The following steps will show you how to log in from the Cannell Library website: Step 1) Click on the “My Summit Account” link. Step 2) Click on the link that says, “Click here to Sign On.” Step 3) Select Clark College […]

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Digitization can be a good thing.  We now have access to some of Washington’s earliest territorial newspapers, including The Vancouver Register, 1865-1869, via the Secretary of State’s Washington History web site. Just as today, almost 150 years ago, some folks  were feeling overwhelmed by the onslaught of technology. In the first edition of The Vancouver […]

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Need a journal article? Don’t ever pay for it while you are affiliated with Clark College. Cannell Library has several ways to obtain full-text articles for our users. On the library webpage, type the title of the journal or magazine into the Search Periodical Titles A-Z box (pictured below). If the full-text is available online […]

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