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Come take a look at our culinary display featuring many of the books purchased to support the Clark College culinary program. The Tod and Maxine McClaskey Culinary Institute officially opened on Tuesday, November 28, 2017. The ribbon-cutting included a thank-you to donors, cooking and baking demonstrations, and tours of the $10.5 million facility. The next […]

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Image Source The United States Marine Corps celebrates its 242nd birthday, today, November 10th, 2017. Happy Birthday to all the people currently serving, or who have served in the US Marines. Many happy returns to you all! *************************************************************************************************** Tomorrow, November 11th, marks the 99th anniversary of the end of World War I which we will […]

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Currently, at the Cannell Library, we have graphic novels on display. The display features many books from our collection. These books can be taken to the Check Out desk and borrowed for 3 weeks. Here is a short list of our many available titles: Gettysburg : the graphic novel (E475.53 .B985 2009) Beowulf (PN6727.H53 B46 […]

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Don’t feel helpless, because it’s the weekend!  Assistance is available for Clark students on the weekend at the following locations on campus and online: Ask A Librarian (Chat 24/7) and Clark College Libraries Website … Cannell Library &  Cannell Library Student Computer Labs Saturday 1 pm – 5 pm … TechHub (Technical Help for Students) Saturday […]

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Summer Term has come to an end and the Clark College Libraries will reopen on September 25 at 8:00 am. If you are looking for something to do during your school break here is a suggestion: Clark College Libraries have historically provided valuable resources for the Vancouver community. An esteemed education landmark, Clark College is […]

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The last time a total solar eclipse occurred, 38 years ago, people speculated how the animals would react; they wondered if chickens would return to roost and if roosters would crow as sunlight reappeared. When the solar eclipse crossed the Pacific Northwest, the view was blocked by cloudy skies but it did get very dark […]

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This quarter, the Clark College Libraries UX Team carried out another collaboration with Robert Hughes’ CGT 105 class to do usability testing of the library website. Read about the findings in Librarian Julie Austad’s presentation Clark Libraries Website Usability Feedback. It is also published on the class guide where you can see some highlights from […]

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The iCommons at CTC will be closed on Thursday, June 22. Due to the CTC iCommons closure on Thursday, June 22 students must make arrangements to return quarter loan graphing calculators earlier to CTC. If you are done with your finals in advance of that date, please return the calculator to the iCommons circulation desk in […]

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Finals Week Hours Cannell Library: Monday-Wednesday 7:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. Thursday 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. iCommons at CTC: Monday-Wednesday 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Thursday, June 22 Closed Quarter Break Closure Cannell Library: Friday, June 23th through Sunday, July 9th iCommons at CTC: Thursday, June 22 through Sunday, July 9th Need to request or renew […]

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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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