Today we recognize the lighter, fun side of libraries with a few comics, quizzes and games.
Unshelved – the library comic strip – by Gene Ambaum and Bill Barnes
Goblin Threat – A plagiarism game from Lycoming College, Williamsport, PA.
Library Hangman – Guess the letters in a hidden word or phrase.
Ready Reference, Rags to Riches – How well do you know your reference sources? Answer questions for fame and fortune!
In Events/Programs, 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
Register for the 34th Leadership Experience Summit on Thursday March, 7 2019 on the Trinity River Campus!!Inspired by the International Women’s Day theme #BalanceforBetter, the 34th Leadership Experience Summit will inspire bravery in all students. Keynote Speaker Hilary Corna, a top female speaker on Global Leadership, Cultural Diversity, and Inclusion, will dare participants to become the leader they are meant to be.
Thursday March 7, 2019
10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Action A (TRTR 4202)
Registration link: bit.ly/TRSUMMIT19
For more information, contact: email@example.com
Event brought to you by the Office of Student Activities, Advising & Counseling Center and the Office of Equity and Inclusion.
In Community, Events/Programs, TCC, TR Library
Maker culture is taking over private homes, schools, libraries and even community centers. Whether the making involves 3D printing, small electronic circuitry or traditional handicrafts, making is here!
Join us for the 5th annual Fab Now maker conference where we explore all that making means to individuals, academia, and the community. Read about our sessions and speakers on our description and speaker bio pages.
The event is free, but registration is required.
To register as a staff or faculty member, login to WebAdvisor to get to the TCC Learn Center.
Register as general public. (or student not participating in the AppAThon)
Register as a volunteer.
Register as an expo participant.
In Community, Events/Programs, TCC, Trinity River Campus