Faculty members interested in joining this year’s OER Cohort are still encouraged to complete the form for participation:
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Break down the roadblocks to student success at WCC!
Tell your story at the Human Library event being held in the Bailey Library
Wednesday, March 7th, 2018
10:00am – 3:00pm
Apply today – Feb. 16, 2018
What is a Human Library?
A Human Library is where “books” are people who are labeled and available for “check out,” creating a cross section of “books” representing the diversity of our campus community.
The “books” are not experts — instead, they tell their story and dialog with the “reader.” This allows participants to engage with people from all walks of life and break down barriers that are cornerstones of prejudice.
The first Human Library was held in Copenhagen, Denmark by a small group of young people called “Stop the Violence” in 2000.
Washtenaw Community College students, faculty and staff are eligible for guest borrowing privileges at the University of Michigan libraries. To qualify, you must be a currently enrolled student or current staff member in good standing at WCC. Download a brochure (pdf) or learn more at: http://www.wccnet.edu/resources/library/melcat/
University of Michigan Libraries
734-764-0401 | lib.umich.edu
Art, Architecture & Engineering Library (North Campus)
Buhr Remote Shelving Facility (Greene St.)
Fine Arts Library (Central Campus)
Hatcher Graduate Library (Central Campus)
Special Collections Library
Museum Library (Central Campus)
Music Library (North Campus)
Shapiro Library (Central Campus)
Askwith Media Library
Shapiro Science Library
Shapiro Undergraduate Library
Taubman Health Sciences Library (Medical Campus)
Thompson Library (U-M Flint Campus)
810-762-3400 | umflint.edu/library
While visiting any of these participating libraries, you are encouraged to access electronic resources, make use of special collections and archives, and enjoy the many study spaces.
Faculty continue to have reciprocal borrowing privileges under established guidelines; simply show your faculty ID to Circulation Desk staff when you are ready to check out at the lending library.
Students and staff must first register at the circulation desk of their home institution. WCC students and staff, present your WCC ID at the WCC Bailey Library. U-M students and staff, at the U-M Hatcher Graduate Library or the U-M Flint Thompson Library. You can fill out the appropriate form at the circulation desk or bring it with you. Forms are available here: http://www.wccnet.edu/resources/library/melcat/
You can now opt in to receive text message notices from the Bailey Library!
Stay informed of upcoming due dates and library services or be notified when items are overdue by signing up through the form available on the WCC Bailey Library website.
CLICK HERE to access the form. Fill out your name, NetID and cell phone number.
All standard carrier message rates apply.
For additional help call 734.973.3429 to speak to a library staff member or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To help improve students’ proficiency in basic computing, the Computer Commons is pleased to offer the Tips & Tricks workshop series. Focused on different topics, these practical, hands-on workshops last one hour and are on a drop-in basis for students in GM 230A. All students are welcome.
In Winter semester 2017, the workshop topics and schedule are as follows:
February 14, 11 am
Computer Commons Services (Did you know?)
February 14, 2 pm
February 15, 11 am
Web Printing to the Computer Commons
February 15, 2 pm
Please call 734-677-5387 or email email@example.com if you have any questions.