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Category Archives: Collection Development
GRCC has some “extras” in our New York Times Online license that you will want to try. If you haven’t created your FREE New York Times Group Pass yet, follow the directions on this page.
New York Times Times Machine is a HUGE archive of issues dating back to September 1851. View world history as it happened through the lens of the New York Times. It is used across campus when readers need to find out what people knew about a topic during a certain era.
The Mini Crossword Puzzle: Our free Mini is a fun mind-bender – the “big” Crossword will cost you $40 a year and is not included in our Pass.
Check out the 3 mini-displays of Halloween-ish reading that Adjunct Librarian Mary Johnson has curated for us this month. Whether you like to read about haunted houses, ghosts, monsters, witches, zombies, or scary campfire tales, we’ve got some fun reading for you this month!
Take a short break from your studies and make time to read “scary stuff!” As usual, anything on the display may be checked out at the Circulation Desk with your RaiderCard.
There are few careers more “in your face” and less socially-distanced than those in the dental professions. This month we celebrate our Dental Hygienist students, grads, and faculty who have so resiliently provided dental care during these past many months.
GRCC’s Library supports dental hygiene and assisting students with special resources (like Dentistry & Oral Sciences Source database and the Journal of Evidence-Based Dental Practice) found on the Dental Programs Subject Guide.
If working in the field of dentistry interests you, check out the [Dental Careers and Education] tab for more information.
There are so many “national days” but this is one I can get behind 100% – National Coffee Day! To support the Secchia Institute for Culinary Education, GRCC’s Library has a great collection of titles on coffee. Titles range from cookbooks like Top Coffee Recipes, to histories like Uncommon Grounds, to the sociology around coffee drinking in The Little Book of Fika: The Uplifting Daily Ritual of the Swedish Coffee Break.