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Change

One of the biggest things about starting a new school year is CHANGE. Students study new subjects with instructors they have never had before. Instructors teach subjects (sometimes new to them) to students they have never had before. Moms and … Continue reading

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Podcast: Summer 2017 Library Services

In this episode of the NCTC Libraries podcast, Flower Mound campus librarian Dax Stokes discusses some of NCTC’s summer library services.

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Spotlight: Flower Mound’s Growing Graphic Novel Collection

In the August episode of the NCTC Libraries Podcast, Associate Dean of Libraries Shedrick Pittman-Hassett spoke about the Gainesville campus library’s new graphic novels, the nature of graphic novels, and plans for other campuses to start their own graphic novel … Continue reading

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Librarians: Defenders of the Free Word!

To many people, the library is a place to borrow books and movies, get research help, learn something new, and get some much-needed quiet time. But there is more to libraries than meets the eye. Libraries and librarians have a … Continue reading

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Podcast: Library Services

Take a listen as the NCTC Dean of Libraries, Diane Roether, describes the various services that the library provides to help make your semester great!

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International Games Day @ Your Library

One of the hottest topics in libraryland these days is games in the library. This is true not only for public libraries, but for academic libraries as well. We have become a culture of gamers–not only video gamers, but card … Continue reading

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