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Library Open until Midnight on May 11!

Photo courtesy of By akira yamada from Yokohama, Japan via Wikimedia Commons

ECC Library (Building C) will remain open until midnight on
Monday, May 11!

And while you are pulling that late night study session or finishing up that research paper, be sure to take a break and enjoy an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast from 10:00 pm-12:00 a.m. in the Jobe Lounge (Building B), sponsored by the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Student Development.

Building B and the F Building Computer labs will also be open until midnight.

Library Open Until Midnight for Late Night Study Hours!

ECC Library (Building C) will remain open until midnight on
Monday, December 8!

And while you are pulling that late night study session or finishing up that research paper, be sure to take a break and enjoy an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast from 10:00 pm-12:00 a.m. in the Jobe Lounge (Building B), sponsored by the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Student Development.

Building B and the F Building Computer labs will also be open until midnight.

Library Open Until Midnight for Late Night Study Hours!

ECC Library (Building C) will remain open until midnight on Monday, May 12th!

And while you are pulling that late night study session or finishing up that research paper, be sure to take a break and enjoy a pancake breakfast at 10:00 pm  in the Jobe Lounge (Building B), sponsored by the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Student Development.

Library Open Until Midnight for Late Night Study Hours!

ECC Library (Building C) will remain open until midnight on Monday, December 9th!

And while you are pulling that late night study session or finishing up that research paper, be sure to take a break and enjoy a pancake breakfast at 10:00 pm  in the Jobe Lounge (Building B), courtesy of the Division of Teaching, Learning and Student Development!

Community Reading Challenge

ImageECC Library is proud to announce our participation in Gail Borden Public Library District’s Community Reading Challenge!

Gail Borden has set a goal for the community of 100,000 hours of summer reading minutes. Participants who are 18 and older can log their minutes through Gail Borden’s Community Reading Challenge site. The site also offers links to summer reading programs for younger participants. ECC community members are invited to join in this community effort.

Beginning Wednesday, ECC Library reference desks will offer stations where students, faculty, staff, and community borrowers who wish to participate can go to the link for the Community Reading Challenge and sign up.

If you are looking for summer reading ideas, check out the display on ECC Library’s second floor. In addition, you can also explore the following links for more great reading suggestions:

Finally, as a kick-off event, we are having a Reading Challenge Reading Room gathering on Wed., June 12 from 2-3 pm.  Come enjoy enjoy some light refreshments and quiet reading time in ECC Library’s beautiful reading room on the second floor of the Library. We will also have a book cart available with more great reading selections to browse.

Please join us in this effort and help make ECC part of a 100,000 hours summer reading community in 2013!

Library Open Until Midnight for Late Night Study Hours!

ECC Library will remain open until midnight on Monday, May 13th!

And while you are pulling that late night study session or finishing up that research paper, be sure to take a break and enjoy an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast at 10:00 pm  in the Community Room, courtesy of the Division of Teaching, Learning and Student Development!

Going Green@Your Library for Earth Day

Sustainability Research Guide

Sustainability Research Guide

Come check out the Library’s Earth Day exhibit of books and e-resources on Monday, April 22, from 10:00 am – 2 pm.  We’ll be in Room C120, just inside the Library entrance from the B Building. (Look for the colorful windows in the B Building hallway just past the bookstore.) Enjoy a cookie and stroll through our Going Green@ Your Library displays and presentations.

We will be participating in the college-wide event: visit our location and get your Earth Day passport stamped for the prize drawing!