Have library fines? Fear not! During the week of Exam Cram (December 4th – 10th), the GRCC Library will waive your fines upon request. Just come to the Circulation desk sometime during the week, ask to have your fines forgiven, and voila–they’ll be gone! *Please note that this courtesy only applies to fines for overdue items that have been returned.
Don’t forget–FREE refreshments will be provided all week long, as well as expanded tutoring services and extended hours on the weekend prior to exams.
See you soon!
As in years past, the GRCC Library will be holding an Exam Cram event the week prior to exams. This event will be held during regular library hours during the week, and EXTENDED hours over the weekend (yes, even on Sunday)! All students are encouraged to attend and take advantage of expanded tutoring services (limited subjects available), quiet and group-study, and FREE refreshments!
We look forward to seeing you!
If you’re someone who enjoys a good tramp through the woods, across fields, or on a dune, then A Field Guide to the Natural Communities of Michigan is for you. Billed as the “essential guidebook to the natural communities of Michigan,” this book will help you understand the natural Michigan landscapes you encounter.
The e-book is available for an unlimited number of simultaneous GRCC users online, and can also be downloaded for 21 days – which will work great when you want to take it on a hike. Plus we have a print copy. Logon with your last name and 7-digit Raider number if you are off-campus or using wireless on campus. Take a look, and put on your walking boots!
The long-awaited second edition of Howard Friedman’s Encyclopedia of Mental Health, covering all aspects of mental health, is now available. With updated encyclopedia articles written by experts, our e-book version is easier to use than the print version; researchers will find more focused articles faster. GRCC’s Library licensed it for use by an unlimited number of multiple users at a time. Encyclopedia of Mental Health was chosen as a Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2016.
This new reference book has been added to several Subject Guides and can be accessed through RaiderSearch Catalog as well. Browse this title now!
Licensed off-campus users may be asked for their last name and Raider number.
Friday e-mails aren’t always welcome as we try to empty our inboxes before the weekend. But one Friday e-mail that I look forward to receiving is the Scout Report. This University of Wisconsin-Madison curated resource is “one of the Web’s oldest and most respected current awareness services. Published every Friday since 1994, it is received by more than 50,000 readers every week.” It is a great way to stay informed about valuable online resources. Sign up for the always interesting Scout Report.