Seeing as though November is Picture Book Month, an international literacy initiative that celebrates the print picture book, and the fact that the HGTC Library Easy or picture book collection is so extensive, we thought it might be nice to highlight a few titles.
Here’s a few that you may wish to check out over the Thanksgiving Break.
Library Hours (Week of November 23rd):
Wednesday, Nov.25th – 7:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 26th – Closed
Friday, Nov. 27th – Closed
We have a fancy, new scanner at the Grand Strand Campus Library! Use it to scan your documents, print them on the HGTC Library printers, send them to any email address or smartphone, save them to your USB, or save them in the cloud (Dropbox or Google Drive).
SPECIAL EVENT: Therapy dogs, courtesy of Canine Angels, will be available at all three HGTC Libraries. Stop by and pet a furry friend! Puppies are softer than study carrels.
Remember: Studies show that taking regular breaks can help concentration and increase productivity, especially if you let yourself relax during the break. Amidst all of the stress, we hope you get a chance to relax this week, and as always, let any library staff member know if there is something we can do to help you finish your work!
Last day to check out equipment (laptops, iPads, NOOKs): Friday, December 4th.
All library materials must be returned: Monday, December 7th.
Equipment checkouts will resume on Tuesday, January 19th.
Library Hours can be found here: http://libguides.hgtc.edu/libraryhours
It’s time for the November/December 2015 edition of Horry Georgetown Technical College Library’s student trivia contest, celebrating National Aviation History Month!
Any student who correctly answers all five questions available at http://libguides.hgtc.edu/triviacontest will be in the running for a monthly prize. The monthly prize for this round of trivia is a gift bag of goodies that includes a large hardcover book entitled “How Stuff Works,” a stylus pen, drink chiller, and more!
The trivia questions can be answered using a variety of sources (books, online library resources, the Internet, etc.). Note, the final question requires the use of HGTC Library’s free digital magazines service, Zinio.
Please send your answers to the trivia questions to ReferenceDesk@hgtc.edu no later than 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, December 3rd. Good luck and happy searching!
The following local history events will take place at the Grand Strand and Georgetown Campuses in November. HGTC students and members of the public are welcome!
Plantation Between the Waters,
A Brief History of Hobcaw Barony with Lee Brockington
Wednesday, November 11th
11am – 12pm
Grand Strand Campus (Building 1000 / Room 1285)
Understanding the History of Horry & Georgetown Counties
Through the eyes of Waccamaw Chief Buster Hatcher
Tuesday, November 17th
11am – 12pm
Georgetown Campus (Canteen)