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Learning Teamwork with Cooperative Board Games

For the last several years, the gaming world has seen a real surge in the creation and production of new board games. This can include traditional family-style games, but also roll playing games, table top card games, strategy games, and … Continue reading

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Dealing With Stress?

Stress – does anyone live without it? I know that I don’t.  If you are one of the lucky ones who has absolutely no stress in your life, then you may decide that you don’t need to take the time … Continue reading

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Resources on The Hermit Kingdom

South Korea is enjoying a moment; it reported $335 million in foreign sales of music in 2014 (remember Psy’s Gangnam Style? He was just the tip of K-Pop iceberg). Korean beauty products are routinely sold out at Ulta and Sephora. … Continue reading

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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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Summer Research at the NCTC Libraries

Due to NCTC’s limited schedule during the summer semesters, getting help with research may seem difficult. But, the NCTC Library does have several resources available for students on our Research Help page that can make summer research a little easier. … 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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Non Greco-Roman Mythology Resources

A culture without mythology is not really a civilisation. — Vilayanur S. Ramachandran (https://www.brainyquote.com) We can all remember studying Greek and Roman mythology in school, but how many of us have expanded this study outside of our traditional western curriculum? … Continue reading

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