GRCC professors know that they must ensure US Copyright compliance as they populate and update learning materials in Blackboard, but they may not know that Department Liaison Librarians can help verify citations and help determine a copyright owner. Liaison librarians can show you (and your departmental colleagues) how to create online linking solutions that are copyright compliant, and can guide you through the process of obtaining your copyright clearance online.
Take a look at these new streaming videos from Alexander Street Press and Films on Demand. Faculty will be interested to learn that most already contain closed captioning or a simultaneous transcript as required for use on campus by Academic Governing Council policy. If that accessibility feature is not yet available, the vendors tell us that it will be in less than a month. For more resources, see the Multimedia and Image Resources Subject Guide.
The library has procured some new, technology friendly, furniture! Charging stations can now be found on the 1st and 2nd floors of the library, in addition to new study carrels on the 2nd floor with built-in charging. The new carrels are conducive to individual work, offering students privacy and quiet spaces to study, with inclusion of partitions. Come in and check out the new additions!
Ethnic NewsWatch is a terrific resource when you need to read viewpoints from ALL sides of a story on an event or issue. I recommend to students in anthropology, communications, business, fashion, government, history, sociology, and, education. It is an interdisciplinary, bilingual (English and Spanish) and comprehensive full-text database of the newspapers, magazines and journals of the ethnic, minority and native press. It was designed to provide the “other side of the story;” ENW titles offer additional viewpoints from those proffered by the mainstream press.
You’ll find Ethnic NewsWatch on the Library’s Database page, as well as on several Subject Guides. On-campus networked users can click right into the database. Off-campus and wireless users need to logon with last name and 7-digit Raider number. Try it today!
National Nurses Week starts today and is celebrated yearly from May 6th through May 12th. Today is known as National Nurses Day. The week celebration ends on May 12th, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, who is known as the pioneer of modern nursing.
The Library here at GRCC would like to recognize our Nursing Program and the students, faculty and staff that make that program the outstanding program it is. We would also like to invite you to come in and/or check-out some of our books about Florence Nightingale or any of our books and resources that support nurses. Happy Nurses Week !!!