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.…continue reading →

Library Workshops!

  Do you have a paper assigned and no clue how to go about researching your topic? Do you want to experiment with tablets, apps or Prezi? Or maybe you want to find a good book for some fun reading. We have a workshop for that. Join us at either the Chester or Midlothian library lab for an informative session that will get your semester off to a great start. Chester Library All Apps Considered: Wednesday, 9/11 @ 3:30p.m. Citation Frustration! Citing Sources Made Easy: Thursday, 9/12 @ 5:15p.m. Wednesday, 9/25 @ 2p.m.…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 →

Ready for the End?

    With less than two weeks left  in the semester you may be scrambling to get your final papers finished. If you are confused about citations, researching or even writing your papers the library can help. Join these workshops to make this your best semester ever. Chester: *All Chester sessions will be held in library computer lab. Mobile Library: Information on the Go Tuesday, 04/23 11:30am Thursday, 04/25 6:30pm The 411 on Writing an Awesome Research Paper Thursday, 04/18 2:30pm Google-palooza: More than a Search Engine Monday, 04/22 5:15pm Wednesday, 04/24 2:00pm…continue reading →

Fool for Art

Join the fun on Saturday, April 13, as John Tyler celebrates with Fool for Art. John Tyler’s Midlothian campus will be hosting educational sessions, hands-on activities, and 50+ vendors in an outdoor craft fair.   Join the library in the Art of Learning tent where you can design a tote bag (perfect for carrying those library books!) and decorate an accordion book (perfect for young writers!). In the library author Michael Sullivan will sign copies of his book There’s an Eyeball in my Garden at 1 PM and The Story Lady will present…continue reading →

Winter Break Hours

Between the fall and spring semesters, the library will operate with reduced hours.  These hours will begin on Monday, December 17, 2012 and end on Saturday, January 5, 2013.  The JTCC libraries will resume normal operation hours on Monday, January 7, 2013. Please see the schedule below for each campus library. Chester and Midlothian Libraries: 12/17-12/19: 7:30 am - 5:00 pm 12/20: 7:30 am - 12:00 pm 12/21-1/1: CLOSED 1/2-1/3: 7:30 am - 7:00 pm 1/4: 7:30 am - 5:00 pm 1/5: CLOSED  continue reading →

Library Workshops

The end of the semester is fast approaching. Are you confused about doing library research or citing the research you have done? Never fear! The library is here to help you. Workshops are being held now through December 7. So if you need SDV 100 credit in addition to research help join us for an informative hour. No registration is required. Midlothian Schedule Tuesday, 11/27 6:30-7:30PM “Tyler Tips: Research Databases Like a Pro” Friday, 11/30 3:00-4:00PM “Tyler Tips: Research Databases Like a Pro” Wednesday, 12/5 10:00-11:00AM “Who Said That? The Basics of Citing…continue reading →

Happy Thanksgiving!

No classes will be held November 21 - 25. The John Tyler Community College libraries will be closed the same days for the Thanksgiving holiday. Normal hours will resume on Monday, November 26. Digital resources and Ask-a-librarian will still be available so researching can continue!continue reading →