Summer Reading Challenge 2020
The TCC Libraries challenge you to read this summer to win a prize!
Register using the link below, keep track of how many books you read, and record them in the e-log.
Read 5 books and win a TCC Libraries USB bracelet.
Register at http://forms.gle/VgxDhCRGxC2L5fKz7
In Community, Events/Programs, News, TCC, TCC Libraries
Find Your Place at the Library
Find the Library at Your Place
The 2020 theme for National Library Week, “Find Your Place at the Library,” was chosen well before the Coronavirus pandemic and shelter-in-place orders forced libraries to close their physical doors.
Still, libraries are continuing to serve their communities during these changing times through electronic resources and digital content. You can access e-books, audiobooks, streaming movies, and more—all from home. So, you can “find the library at your place!” Visit the TCC library online by going to library.tccd.edu.
National Library Week is April 19th through 25th. Check back here often for updates from our 5 campus libraries. Show your support for libraries by posting to your social media accounts with #LibrariesStrong and #TCClibraryinyourplace. We’d love to see photos of your books/libraries at home!
In TCC, TR Library, Trinity River Campus
Special FX Make-Up Lab
October 9, 2019 | 1 – 2 P.M.
TREF 2105, Library Fish Tank
Basic introduction to special effects make-up and how to accomplish simple effects for Halloween.
For more information, contact Matt Morrison at 817-515-1224 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In Events/Programs, TCC, TR Library, Trinity River Campus
Learn how you can make improvements to open source software by joining us for an hour-long workshop as part of Hacktoberfest. Participants will learn how to use Github, Markdown, and other tools to collaborate on an open source project.
No programming knowledge is required.
October 3, 2019
10 – 11 A.M.
For more information, contact Pamela Andrews at email@example.com or 817-515-1223.
In Apps, Events/Programs, TR Library, Trinity River Campus