Libraries are known for their great and diverse collections. Over the next few weeks, the Library is proud to display the famous “beaver collection” on loan from the President’s Office. So, to honor CC’s school mascot “Chauncey,” and in the spirit of the season, the Library is hosting “Another Dam Reception” on Tuesday, December 13th […]Continue reading
The full content of the Chronicle of Higher Education is now available directly through the Library website. You’ll find it listed on the website under “All Article Databases A-Z” or “Article Databases by Subject” and then “Education.”
Looking for a frightful read this Halloween? Check out our display of books about witches, ghosts, and tales that are likely to send chills up your spine! Stop by the Library on Halloween from 1-5 and grab a sweet treat on us. Happy Haunting
Core 110 students, if you need inspiration for your “self-portait” project, check out the display at the Library that includes some great books on portraiture. And if you’re not taking Core 110, stop by anyway–our displays are always happy to have a viewing audience!
Champlain College has just licensed two new databases that will be useful in business-related projects: PrivCo: PrivCo is the premiere source for business and financial data on major, non-publicly traded corporations, including family-owned, private equity-owned, venture-backed, and international unlisted companies. Prendismo: Prendismo offers over 15,000 video clips from experts broken into 200 topics, specifically focused on business, […]Continue reading
Thinking about studying abroad? Come check out books about Dublin and Montréal; they’re on display near the main entrance of the Miller Information Commons. The deadline for the Dublin and Montréal Summer 2012 programs is April 1, 2012. For more information, take a look at the Champlain Abroad Web page.
Once again that time of year is upon us. The days are getting shorter, and there’s a distinct chill in the air which can only mean one thing: time for CHILI! On Thursday, October 20th the library is happy to present once again the 4th Annual Library Chili Cookoff. The event is open to students, […]Continue reading
Take a minute to stop by the Miller Information Commons and take a look at our display of books highlighting Hispanic and Latino heritage and culture. Our display will be up from September 22 through October 12
Check out our book display featuring books by and about Wangari Maathai, the founder of the Green Belt movement and the Nobel Peace Prize winner. She was an environmental activist and champion of women’s rights. For more info check our one of our books or her Wikipedia page.
Visit the book display near the main entrance of Miller Information Commons to learn more about the U.S. Constitution!