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Researching Independence

With the Fourth of July behind us and Summer Quarter just beginning, we wanted to remind you of some of the awesome resources you have access to through the library…and maybe learn a little something about early America in the process! Our Reference Collection has a wide variety of materials that can give you the background […]

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Spring Semester is coming to a close; but you still have time to Request Library Materials for your final projects. Your assignments will transition into completed works through the multitude of available resources. Current Clark students may request items from the Clark College Libraries, Summit Libraries, and additional libraries via Interlibrary Loan. Most Summit items […]

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Creating a new vision for the Clark College Libraries has been a cumulative process involving extensive planning and research. The library was closed to the public during Spring Break, but the staff were busy making the most recent improvements. You will notice new carpet and furniture. The new changes were implemented to combine function with […]

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The Clark College Theme, Transformation, “represents a common idea that the entire college, and the community that we serve, can gather around” (Clark College 2017). Different groups on campus participated in a College Theme Contest to create a display of what Transformation means to them. View all contest entries, including the winning entry from Career […]

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Do you have little or no research experience? Have at least one year left in your Clark degree? Do you have a desire to get research training and be mentored to research in the field of your interest? Are you a full-time Clark College student, who will be transferring to Portland State University? Is your […]

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Organization is an important factor in education success. Assignments, tests, and projects can be overwhelming by themselves, but throw in daily life and several other classes, and you got yourself a stress-fueled mess. Whether you are a returning student or a newbie to the college game, here are some helpful tips and links to help […]

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So, you’ve got a group project and you and your fellow group mates need a place to work. Come to Cannell and book that large group study room! For groups with 12-15 students, the larger study rooms will provide a more comfortable space to work on presentations and other group assignments. With groups of 3-6, […]

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Have you noticed some changes to the library’s website? We are now using a platform called LibGuides to organize and present our instructional material. Here’s a tour:

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Renovate: to make changes and repairs to a physical space so that it receives a refreshed look and improved condition. User-friendly experiences are important at Clark College Libraries and positive experiences is part of the impetus behind the renovations and multiple phase projects happening in Cannell Library. The renovation efforts are focused on creating an […]

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The Olympics are coming!

If you, like me, have had John Williams’s “Olympic Fanfare and Theme” stuck in your head for weeks already (or are maybe just excited about the Olympics), check out the following library resources to get you in the spirit. The 2016 Summer Olympics are being held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from August 5 to 21. […]

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