Check out a new video the library made on how to start your research: http://cosmos.champlain.edu/library/pages/tutorials/research.htm
Not only can you find selections from Oprah’s Book Club on display at the Library, but the library staff themselves have also selected “some” of the their favorite reads from the stacks here in the MIC, and those “pics” are on display as well. Stop by and take a peek at a very diverse collection […]Continue reading
Take a little time out from serious studying to stop by the MIC and check out selections from Oprah’s Book Club Books. You might get some good ideas for holiday gift-giving in the process! If you can’t make it to the Library, you can see Oprah’s selections on our flickr display.
It’s that time of year when many of us look forward to that wonderful white fluffy stuff we call Snow. There is a display in the Miller Information Commons main foyer display case celebrating snow. Check out the many wonderful books with the word “snow ” in their title.
The Miller Information Commons’ “Meaningful Books” Series highlights Renee FlorsheimDean of the Division of Business MONDAY, November 24th3:30 pmMiller Information Commons, Vista Room (Refreshments will be served) Join the Library in welcoming Renee to Champlain. Preview some of Renee’s meaningful books in the glass case on the Main Floor of the MIC.
In conjunction with Champlain College’s Tent City, the Library has on display a collection of books on homelessness. These books may be checked out. So, the next time you are in the Library, stop by the Circulation Desk and have a look at this new display. Or, view the display virtually through flickr.
All month long there will be books on display in the Miller Information Commons main foyer display case in recognition of Native American Indian Heritage Month.
Author Michael Crichton died on Election Day of 2008. His books have sold over 150 million copies worldwide. A number of them have been made into films such as Jurassic Park and Congo. He is also the creator of the hit TV series ER. Feel free to check out the display in the library, and […]Continue reading
The author and oral historian Studs Terkel died this Halloween 2008. His famous self chosen epitaph was “curiosity did not ckill this cat.” May we all be so curious…
Stop by the library and check out the display of Tony Hillerman’s mysteries set in the Navajo nation. Those of us who remember the antics of Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee will sorely miss the mystical world that Hillerman introduced us to and about which he taught us so much. You can read Hillerman’s obituary […]Continue reading