Congratulations to our 2015 Clark College graduates! We are so happy for you and wish you the best as you embark on the next stage of your educational career.
You are welcome to continue using the Clark College Libraries resources as a General Public (Community) Borrower. Most databases are accessible to you in the library only, and you may continue to borrow our materials as long as you are living in District 14. Come on in after the libraries reopen on July 6th with a photo ID and proof of address and we’ll get you set up your new status.
Photo/Image Source: “2012 Clark College Commencement” copyright Clark College (https://flic.kr/p/ciPqCE)
Clark Libraries will be open regular hours during finals week but will be close for quarter break beginning Thursday, June 18th at 6:00pm. Libraries will reopen Monday, July 6th.Finals Week Hours
Cannell Library: Monday-Wednesday 7:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.; Thursday 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Closed Friday
iCommons at CTC: Monday-Thursday 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Closed Friday
Both locations are closed Friday, June 19th through Sunday, July 5th.
- Need to request or renew a book? You can always do so online by logging in to your library account.
- To avoid fines, return borrowed items to outside collection boxes when libraries are closed.
- At Cannell Library, extended loan netbooks must be returned by June 18th at 5:30pm or a late fine will be charged.
How concerned are you with privacy, especially online?
Librarians have long been opposed to and concerned about Section 215 of the USA Patriot Act. Finally, Congress has acted to curtail some of the provisions that the ALA and others have said threatened civil liberties.
Pew Research Center recently released a report “Americans’ Attitudes About Privacy, Security and Surveillance” which discusses how people feel about online privacy. This seems incredibly relevant given that President Obama signed the USA Freedom Act which overhauls the bulk collection of phone data.
If you are interested in electronic privacy and want to know more, check out EPIC.org (Electronic Privacy Information Center) to learn more about the future of the internet.
Interested in Edward Snowden? Check out the documentary Citizenfour.
The Clark College Libraries will be closed in honor of the Memorial Day holiday.
Cannell Library will close as usual at 5pm on Saturday, May 23th and reopen on Tuesday the 26th at 7am.
The iCommons @ CTC will be closed on Monday, May 25rd, and will reopen on Tuesday the 26th at 7am.
Outside return boxes are always open to return books, movies, etc. Don’t get a late fine!
Need to request or renew a book? You can always do so online by logging in to your library account.
Have you seen our new soft seating area around the Current Journals at Cannell Library? We are constantly trying out new arrangements to create the most comfortable, inviting place to read today’s newspaper or the newest issue of People.
Our older issues have all gone upstairs to the second floor. So, if you want to keep reading, head on up the stairs and dig in! Here is our list of print periodicals and the years that we keep: Print Periodicals List.
We have even more journals than you can see in the library. While we only have a few hundred journal titles in print format, we have thousands available in digital form. Here is the list of digital titles, with over 2,954 results and counting: e-Journals List.
With all of these resources, you never have to worry about running out of things to read at the Clark College Libraries!
The Craft of Comics: Artists and Authors Panel is taking place next week Monday, May 18th, starting at 10 a.m. in the Fireside Lounge, PUB 161. This event features five local comic artists and authors and is part of the Subtext Literary Festival, sponsored by the Columbia Writers Series & Clark Art Talks in collaboration with Clark College Libraries. Please visit and bring your questions for our guests:
Brian Churilla – artist/writer in Portland, Oregon, known for Hellbreak, Big Trouble in Little China, The Secret History of DB Cooper
Robin Herrera – editor at Oni Press, Portland, Oregon, known for The Bunker Vol. 1, Letter 44, Invader Zim -author of Hope Is a Ferris Wheel
Steve Lieber – cartoonist/illustrator/storyboard artist in Portland, Oregon, known for Whiteout, Whiteout: Melt, Batman, Superman, Hellboy, Star Trek, Road to Perdition
Jeff Parker – writer and comic book artist, known for The Interman, Agents of Atlas, Thunderbolts, Aquaman
Taneka Stotts – writer, editor and project manager, known for Full Circle, Love & Sprockets
Three NEW small study rooms are available at Cannell Library! They are located on the second floor near the south east windows. The rooms are suitable for 1 or 2 students to work on projects or study together. The rooms cannot be reserved or held. First come, first serve basis.
Additional small group rooms are also available for 3-5 people. Study rooms are also available for large groups consisting of 12-15 students. The larger rooms may be reserved in advance by student groups.
Learn more about study areas and rooms available at Clark Libraries.
Are you struggling in a class? Do you need advise on writing a paper? Check out the Tutoring Commons at CTC in room 336. Experienced tutors are available to help you this quarter in a variety of subjects:
- Business Law
- Business Math
Tutoring services are FREE to all registered Clark College students! Access the tutoring schedule for more information on tutoring services at all Clark tutoring centers. Online tutoring assistance is also available through eTutoring.
Hola! On Friday, May 1 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. in the Gaiser Student Center, Clark College Libraries will be celebrating the Day of the Children/Day of the Book (Dia del Nino/Dia del Libro) in collaboration with the Spanish Department and Events Office of Clark College.
Spanish language students will offer bilingual StoryTime in a quiet reading corner. They will be reading from children’s books you can check out from our Renaissance Kids Collection. It’s nice to take a break from the excitement and activities of the Children’s Fair going on all around us. Enjoy yummy snacks, games, dancing, puppet shows, crafts, and win a free book to take home! This is our fifth year and every celebration gets bigger and better.
See some of the awesome photos from the 2012 celebration: Clark College Latino Celebration.
Photo/Image Source: “Clark College Latino Celebration” copyright Clark College (https://flic.kr/p/bD3mE5)