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Archive for the month “August, 2013”

Films on Demand

Good News Capital Community!

The Films on Demand, streaming media database, is NOW fully functional on and off campus!  You can access Films on Demand by visiting the library homepage at: www.capitalcc.edu/library and selecting the Films on Demand logo (if you are off-campus, you will be prompted to authenticate through myCommnet).

This year’s subscription to FOD also includes collections on: career and job exploration; guidance and counseling; world languages; and developmental math and English skills.

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Internships at Goodspeed Musicals

Goodspeed Musicals in East Haddam, CT  is now hiring for immediate internship openings!
Internships are available in the Marketing, Development, Producing, and Education & Library Departments. Please go to http://www.goodspeed.org/education-library/internships for more information!

Internship incentives include: Monthly meet-and-greets with staff, free tickets to Goodspeed productions, networking opportunities, and the opportunity to earn college credit through your school or university. To apply, please email cover letter and resume to Goodspeed’s Education & Library Director, Joshua S. Ritter at jritter@goodspeed.org .

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The Hartford Collection @ the Library

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The Hartford Collection is now located in the library stacks between the Reference Collection and the Circulating Books. For a full list of Hartford-based resources, check out the Hartford Heritage Research Guide at: http://ccc.commnet.libguides.com/hartford.

Featured Resources include:

Mad Yankees : The Hartford Retreat for the Insane and Nineteenth-Century Psychiatry – Lawrence B. Goodheart                    Call Number: RC439 .G66 2003

Andrew Carnegie featured on NPR.

Listen to NPR’s Morning Edition (August 01, 2013):

How Andrew Carnegie Turned His Fortune Into A Library Legacy

The New Coin-Operated Photocopier has Arrived!

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The new coin-operated photocopier is here! Copies are still $0.15 for single-sided copies and $0.30 for double-sided copies. In addition to photocopying, students can also scan and save files to a flash-drive.

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