Questions and requests outside of these hours can be submitted using our library forms: http://www.pacollege.edu/library/forms/
You are invited to a research party!
Working on a paper? Looking for credible information for an assignment? Have questions about APA? Want assistance with writing?
English faculty and Library staff will be available to work with you and your classmates on things like research, citations, and writing. No need to sign-up. Just stop by with your assignment and join the festivities.
If you have any questions, please contact Amy Snyder, Education Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you learning Spanish and want more practice? Have you studied Spanish and want to keep up on your conversational ability? Stop by Starbucks any time on Wednesdays between 12:30pm – 1:00pm y ¡charlas con nosotros! Bring your lunch and enjoy informal, fun conversation en español. This is open to all students, faculty, and staff. For more information, contact Rebecca Smith or Christina Steffy. Check the campus events calendar for beginning and ending dates each semester.
The Library is hosting the National Library of Medicine Exhibit "Binding Wounds, Pushing Boundaries: African Americans in Civil War Medicine" from September 16 - October 26. PSNA credits are available. For more information, visit our NLM guide.
This year's common book is Rebecca Skloot's The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks. For more information on the Common Book program at PA College, click here. This program supports PA Forward's basic literacy.
The Learning Commons now has an RSS feed to provide you with updates on new print books added to the library collection. This is updated monthly. Here is the link to the guide (please use a browser other than Google Chrome): https://l92024.eos-intl.net/L92024/Public/DiscoveryRSS.rss?FeedID=4
The Learning Commons is a proud participant in the Pennsylvania Library Association's PA Forward initiative.
This initiative focuses on the five literacies that libraries help develop in their patrons:
Our Learning Commons is always working to promote these literacies. We are currently offering programs that support basic literacy and civic and social literacy. For more information, click here.