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When you’re looking for an interesting book to read it is helpful to get a great recommendation! We’re again featuring book picks from Clark faculty and staff! This week we are featuring recommendations from STEM instructor Erin Harwood and Art instructor Lisa Staley. Do you want to find these titles and more? Log into our Discover catalog! […]

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Looking for a good book to read! We will be posting book recommendations by fellow CTC faculty and staff. Reading is an enjoyable pastime and can be a great way to unwind, relax or escape! With the end of Spring Quarter and the beginning of summer fast approaching, finding a great book may be the […]

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The iCommons at CTC will be extending its hours to host an open house Monday, May 1 from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. The purpose of this event is to help introduce students who attend evening classes after library hours to the materials and staff at the iCommons location. All Clark students and staff are encouraged […]

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The Clark College Libraries will be closed during Easter Sunday. The Cannell Library will close at 5:00pm on Saturday, April 15th, and reopen at 7:00am on Monday, April 17th. iCommons at CTC will, as per regular hours, be closed Friday April 14th thru Sunday April 16th. They will reopen at 7:00am Monday, April 17th. Our outside […]

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We all have choices and beliefs that will be influenced by our experiences and all books have the potential to inspire the reader. Three new books acquired by the Clark College Libraries examine the development of creative thinking, explore what it is like to live as a wild animal, and question our relationship with stuff. […]

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The art display case is one of our favorite parts of the iCommons, and once again, we’re looking for student work to exhibit. In the past, we’ve displayed work in many formats, from Brad Brehe’s welded Cuban sculptures to Bruce Kelley’s “Diversity Pod” ceramics to the current display of oil paintings from Joe Macca’s class: If you’re […]

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Due to problems with Amazon Cloud, the following Library links are temporarily not working:  “articles and databases”, “citing sources”, “class guides”, “subject guides” and “tutorials”.  Some of our databases, such as Science Direct Health Sciences, are experiencing issues with downloading PDF articles at this time. Here are some backup links that will help you with […]

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  The iCommons at CTC will be extending its hours to host an open house Monday, January 30 from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. The purpose of this event is to help introduce students who attend evening classes after library hours to the materials and staff at the iCommons location. All Clark students and staff […]

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Rosa Clemente, the speaker at this year’s Martin Luther King Jr Day Celebration, reminded us that we’ve been here before. Here are a few stories, but certainly not all, of where we’ve been: Integration Nation: Immigrants, Refugees, and America at Its Best, a book by Susan E. Eaton After Stonewall, a streaming video/DVD film directed […]

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Happy New Year! We are looking forward to a new term and opening on Monday, January 9, 2017 at 7:00 am. During the break we have been busy making additional changes in the Commons area. Electrical outlets and network connection boxes were installed. Plus, additional VDI stations have been moved to the Commons area. In the future […]

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