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The Cascade TLC Employee Lending Library:   Do you have some books that need to get out?   Do you have a spare minute and need a book to share it with?  Or do you just want to know what your colleagues are reading?  The Cascade TLC now houses an employee lending library.  We have a moderate stack of books you can check out, and a good place for you to bring books to share.  We even have stickers for you to put into your books to make sure they come back to you.  Very special thanks to Cherise Frehner Mahoney for getting the ball rolling!  Come and check it out!  Literally.  The Cascade TLC SSB 208 

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America Gone Wrong:
A Slashed Safety Net Turns Libraries into Homeless Shelters

By Chip Ward, Tomdispatch.com
A dirty little secret about America is that public libraries have become de facto daytime shelters for the nation's street people while librarians are increasingly our unofficial social workers for the homeless and mentally disturbed. Read more »

“Imagine a library that collected all the world’s information about all the world’s books and made it available for everyone to view and update,” write members of the Open Content Alliance. “We’re building that library. 
     Open Library is meant to serve as a vast digital card catalog, and Web surfers will be able to edit entries, much like in Wikipedia. The repository will also collect books in the public domain, a mission that will bring the library into competition with Google’s much-publicized book-scanning service. ... “If all goes well,” writes Ben Vershbow of  if:book, “it’s conceivable that this could become the main destination on the Web for people looking for information in and about books.” That’s still a big if: The library will rely heavily on contributions from unpaid volunteers.
     But the Open Library has at least one thing going for it, according to Mr. Vershbow: “On presentation of public-domain texts, they already have Google beat.” The library offers books in a number of different file formats, including a “flip book” tool that attempts to simulate the experience of rifling through a hardbound tome. “This sort of re-enactment of paper functionality is perhaps too literal,” writes Mr. Vershbow, but he admits that it makes for a pretty decent reading experience. 
     The Open Library plans to unveil a fuller site in October, and project officials will have to do plenty of work to meet that deadline. They plan to create an entry for every book ever published, not just digitized books in the public domain. —Brock Read 
http://chronicle.com/wiredcampus/index.php?id=2235 
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Coming soon to Multnomah County Libraries - The Hollywood Librarian: A Look at Librarians through Film.   PCC Library will be co-hosting the screenings at Capitol Hill and North Portland locations.  Learn the answer to the question – What would Donna Reed have done if Jimmy Stewart had not been born (in It’s a Wonderful Life).  Find out more at:  http://www.multcolib.org/events/hollywoodlibrarian.html.  All shows are free.   
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Note: The PCC Libraries will be open from 8-4 pm on Friday, Sept. 22, 2006.  
  
Regular hours resume Monday, Sept 25, 2006
Sylvania M-Th 7:30am-10pm Friday 7:30am-5pm  Saturday 9-3
Cascade M-Th 7:30am-8pm Friday 7:30am-5pm  Saturday 9-3
RC            M- Th 7:30am-8pm, Friday 7:30am-4pm  Saturday 9-3

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"Library 2.0 (L2) is a transformation in the way library services are delivered to library users. It provides new tools to make the library space (both virtual and physical) more interactive, collaborative and driven by community needs. It encourages collaborative two-way social interactions between library staff and library customers. L2 requires user participation and feedback in the development and maintenance of library services."
For more info: http://pcclibrary20team.wikidot.com/start

 welcome to Winter term!   Several announcements:
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The library is offering its first class at Cascade Winter term.  This one credit experimental class is geared to help support students with academic writing and research projects.  Students will get assistance with research procedures and writing bibliographies.  It starts later in the term (January 25) when students are typically writing papers.  If you have questions, contact Torie Scott (
vscott@pcc.edu). 
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Library faculty are available for library instruction classes.  We recommend that you sign up for library assistance in advance.  Find out more about library instruction at:
http://www.pcc.edu/library/faculty/instruction.htm.
·       Have questions about course reserves?  Find out everything you need to know at
http://www.pcc.edu/library/reserves/
·       The library welcomes your suggestions for materials for the circulating collection.  If you see something we don’t have, please use the Purchase Request Form (
http://www.pcc.edu/library/forms/purchase.htm) to let us know what you need.  Note, you’ll also find a link to a list of our subject collectors.
·       See a full list of library services for faculty at: 
http://www.pcc.edu/library/faculty/
Please let us know if there is anything we can do to make your life easier.  We’re here to help.
Hot off the press Library News (http://www.pcc.edu/library/news/fall07winter08.pdf) Link to your copy now!

In this issue:
·      
Learn how to clear clutter
·       Meet the new librarians
·      
Learn about Ace Your Research Project,  the new library class
·      
Find out about new databases such as Lexis/Nexis and Green Building Suite
·       Discover how to find news online from alternative sources
·       And more! 
Donna Reed   Library Director   Portland Community College   Sylvania Campus   12000 SW 49th Ave.
Portland, OR 97219   Mail:  P.O. Box 19000   Portland, OR 98280   donna.reed@pcc.edu

(503) 977-4497   fax: (503) 977-8398   http://www.pcc.edu/library

Sylvania Computer Resource Center InfoBits !
New! The library has recently launched a new library catalog. Summer will be the first term that it is available to students.  Please help us get the word out about the catalog. Here are some new features that we think you will like:
·       The ability to search PCC Library, Summit and the world all from one catalog interface.
·       Easy to read screens.
·       The ability to find articles, books, dvds, etc. with one search – plus the ability narrow the search by format.
·       Find out more about the catalog at: http://www.pcc.edu/library/news/catalog_news.html.  Please note, there is an entertaining animated video about the new catalog that might be fun to show in class.
New! The librarians have recently redesigned the Subject Guides. 
http://www.pcc.edu/library/news/catalog_news.html The new guides include embedded videos, news feeds and links to databases, books and other tools that your students might need in doing research. Please take a minute to find the guide(s) for your area and explore. Also, librarians are eager for feedback and ideas for content. Please feel free to send suggestions and comments.
New! Starting summer term, students will be able to text or chat with librarians during library hours. Find out more about how you and your students can ask a librarian. 
http://www.pcc.edu/library/research/ask_librarian.html

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Closed: Labor Day, 9/4/06

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PSU Library Hours - Pre-Fall Term hours   Time Period: September 18 - September 24, 2006

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