Library closed between quarters

The library is closed the week between spring and summer quarters, June 26th-30th.

Summer hours start Monday July 3rd.

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Final Exams Schedule

Spring quarter final exams are June 20-22nd.

Check the full exams schedule for specific times.

Good luck!

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Math Brush-ups

The Learning Center is offering math brush-ups M-Th, Jun 12-15 in Room 4134A & B in the Schermer Building (4000).

These are good for students who are interested in:

  • Preparing for the placement test
  • Previewing next quarter’s math class
  • Preparing for finals in their current math class

 

If you can’t make it in person, the Learning Center also offers online brush-ups.

Good luck on finals!

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Closed Memorial Day, open Saturday

The campus is closed Monday May 29th in observance of Memorial Day.

However!

The library is open 10am-3m Saturday May 27th, regular hours.

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Be News Savvy

Fake News is now a common feature of our information ecosystem. Learning to accurately discern Fake from Authentic News is an important skill that you will use for the rest of your life. In this Workshop we will discuss some handy evaluation tools for discerning Fake from Legitimate News. Come join us and please bring your lunch.

 

When: Wednesday May 24, 2017 at 12:00pm

Where:  Building 1500 Room 1520

 

 

 

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Welcome to Spring Quarter!

As spring quarter starts and you settle back into your school-work-life juggling routine, we want you to know that the library is  here to help!

We can help you find the information you need for your papers and projects. In addition to the books, magazines, journals and DVDs available in the library there are tens of thousands more available online through our web site.

Be sure and become familiar with our open hours (hint: we are open some evenings and Saturdays!)

 

Don’t hesitate to contact us with questions! We’re here to help!

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April is Poetry Month

«Check out The Academy of American Poets National Poetry Month webpage HERE.

»Browse through our books on display at the library entrance.

«Also be sure to check out some poetry resources on our website. Search ‘poetry’ in the Quick Search tab.

»Some quick resources to browse are Granger’s World of Poetry and Artemis Literary Sources. Search these for full-text poems and information about poets.

A library haiku for you:

Library books hold

Worlds and secrets of others-

Browse to discover

 

 

Post and poem by Lauren

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Spring break & finals week hours

Finals week: The library will close at 4:30pm on Thursday March 23rd. We will be open 10am-2pm on Friday March 24th.

Spring  Break: limited hours, based on staff availability. Please call: 360-538-4050 or (800) 562-4830 x4050

Have a great break!

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Library hosts Washington Poet Laureate, Tod Marshall – March 6

The John Spellman Library is excited to host our current Washington State Poet Laureate, Tod Marshall, on March 6.

We have scheduled two events with Tod:

  • a poetry workshop in the library’s 1520 classroom from 3:00-4:00 pm, and;
  • a reading upstairs in the library from 6:00-7:30 pm.

Everyone (faculty, staff, students, and family) are welcome at both events. We will serve light refreshments during the evening reading.

Tod Marshall is a poet and professor at Gonzaga University and is serving as the poet laureate from 2016-2018. He is the author most recently of Bugle (2014), which won the Washington State Book Award in 2015.

To get a sense of Tod and his poetry check out these readings of his work courtesy of KUOW: http://kuow.org/post/poet-tod-marshalls-three-dreams-eastside-mountains

You can also read more about him at the Washington State Poet Laureate site: https://wapoetlaureate.org/

We hope you can attend!

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Renew your books online

You can renew your library materials online through our web site. Here’s how:

  • Mouse over “Search & Find” and then click “Library Catalog”

  • In the upper right, it will say “Guest”

 

  • Mouse over and it will change and give you options. Select “My Library Card”

 

  • The login screen will appear! Use your GHC credentials to login.

 

  • Once logged in, you will see your account information. In addition to checked out items, you’ll see your hold requests, fine & fees and messages & account blocks.

 

  • Click “Loans” to get your checked out list. Select what you need to renew and click the button.

 

  • If someone else has placed a hold, you won’t be allowed to renew it. If there are other reasons to deny a renewal, you’ll get a message about it.

  • Voila! You’ve done it!

If you have questions or problems, don’t hesitate to contact us!

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