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What's New

1.  2018 Library Student Survey

WCJC Library Wants to Hear From You!  We value students’ input so we now created a quick survey that makes it easy for you to let us know how our library is doing and where we can improve.  Upon completion of this survey, you will be entered for a chance to win a $20 Gift Card, a USB drive or library tote bag.  For further information, please review the instruction at the end of survey.

To take WCJC library services student survey, please click http://classclimate.wcjc.edu/classclimate/online.php entering the password: LIB18 (can also enter lib18; not case sensitive)

This survey is available through Saturday, May 5.   Please note that your answers to this survey cannot be traced back to you, and your comments are guaranteed to be anonymous.  Thank you in advance for participating in the Wharton County Junior College Library Survey.

2 Library Study Rooms Reservation-Wharton Campus 

3. Tech Mini-Sessions  

Attend one of the FREE workshops offered in the Library Open Computer Lab, Wharton Campus!  Walk-ins are welcome!    Please directly contact Veronica Garcia (graciav@wcjc.edu), Instructional Specialist/Library Open Computer Lab Coordinator, at Tel: 979-532-6332 for further information.

The topics below will be discussed, followed by hands-on training:

Session

Time

  • Blackboard Basics
  • My Math Lab

Every Wednesday (fall/spring semester)

9 to 10 a.m.

library Open computer lab, Wharton Campus

  • College Emails
  • LaunchPad

Every Thursday (fall/spring semester)

2 to 3 p.m.

library Open computer lab, Wharton Campus

  

4. Food and Drink Policy in the library

5. New Databases-students, faculty, and staff members now have access to following new databases through the library the proxy server at http://libproxy.wcjc.cc.tx.us/login :

VAST: Academic Video Online, allows users to access an extensive collection of full-length streaming videos, with subject matter relevant to multiple academic subjects, including science, psychology, literature, history, and humanities. 

Salem Reference, provides online access to reference collections included in Salem's careers guidance, health, history, literature and science fields.

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