African American History Month

African American History Month

African American history is American history. Brush up on your history! Come into the Library during February and take a look at the displays celebrating African American History Month. Featured books include the topics of politics, new fiction, literature of the Harlem Renaissance, essays by noted African Americans from the 19th century, music, autobiographies, poetry and more. GVSU student's Craigslist ad seeking someone to write his write essay for me Easily! Professional academic essay writers are working for You on Your essay. Just ask us "write me an essay.." The most effective writing…continue reading →

Back to School 2013

Welcome to Fall 2013 at the John Tyler Community College Libraries! Are you ready to make this your best year ever? The libraries at JTCC can help! We have many of the tools and resources you need to succeed. A quick overview of what you can find at both campus libraries: Books and More: Use the classic catalog to find Books both printed and electronic. Videos both DVDs and streaming from Films on Demand. Use the databases to find journals and other periodicals (magazines). Or try a new way to search that combines…continue reading →

Fall Semester Registration @ the Library

Fall semester registration began on Monday, June 8. With 100+ computers the library is a great place to sign up for classes. While you are here to register for classes why not register for a library card? To get a library card show your picture ID with name and address (a driver’s license is perfect) and fill out a registration card. It will take only a few minutes and then you can check out some great summer reads! Some recent titles from The New York Times bestseller list now available at the John…continue reading →

Please don’t go!

(*Actual librarian may vary.) You may be breathing a sigh of relief now that the semester is officially over, but the Dangerous Library Book Pushers are really sad to see you leave. But wait! You don’t have to go! You might find the perfect class to take over the semester. (History of Film and Animation, or Introduction to the Graphic Novel, or Stage Combat Workshop sound like fun.) But even if you don’t take a class you will always be welcomed in the library. Just think of all that we offer: Best-selling books, newspapers…continue reading →