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Lakeland Library Newsletter: October 2022

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Welcome!

Lakeland Library Newsletter October 2022

Welcome to the Lakeland Library Newsletter!  Each month, we will showcase classes, events, and other fun and interesting facts about the Library and our staff. We will also keep you informed of new resources and services that are designed to assist you in your course work, and personal and professional lives. 

New Books

New Books

Check out these new books, available in our library!

Everybody Hertz; the Amazing World of Frequency from Bad Vibes to Good Vibrations by Richard Mainwaring

Book jacket - Everybody Hertz

Zero to IPO: Over $1 Trillion of Actionable Advice from the World's Most Successful Entrepreneurs by Fredric Kerrest 

Book Jacket: Zero to IPO

Plymouth Colony: Narratives of English Settlement and Native Resistance from the Mayflower to King Phillip's War / Lisa Brooks and Kelly Wisecup, editors

Plymouth Colony: Narratives of English Settlement and Native Resistance from the Mayflower to King Philip's War (LOA #337)...

  • Stop by the Library, on the third floor of C-Building, C-3051, to browse some of our great new resources!
  • Can't make it to the Library? Check out the entire list of new materials.

Philosopher's Corner

Lakeland Library's own William Davenport presented at the Next Conference at The University of Akron on September 30th, 2022. Along with working at the library, William is a part time faculty member who has been a fixture in Lakeland's Philosophy Department for 20 years. William's co-presenter was Karen Knaus, a part-time faculty member in Lakeland's Chemistry Department. Please see an abstract of their presentation below.

Vizcritmaps: Fostering Students to Share How They Think Critically and Connectively in a Visual Format   

William D. Davenport, Lakeland Community College and Karen J. Knaus, Lakeland Community College

Visual critical-thinking maps (VizcritMaps) can be used in the classroom to engage students to think logically and connectively about learning content. This interactive presentation and workshop will engage participants in the learning process of collaborative mapping to answer a complex question together. The VizcritMaps allow students and teachers to logically categorize new concepts and ideas in a connected visual format so they can share how they think with others.

Reminder

Happy Thanksgiving with autumn leaves
Lakeland Library is closed for Thanksgiving

The Library will be closed Thursday, November 24, through Sunday, November 27, for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

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Relaxation Zones Grand Opening!

Relaxation Zones Grand Opening Win an Apple Watch or Beats Headphones

  Come celebrate the grand opening of Lakeland Relaxation Zones on November 21st!

Relaxation zones in the library, counseling center, and outside of breakers will be open for mini tours, activities, and a scavenger hunt on Monday, November 21st, 8:00am-8:00pm! Students may chose to tour one relaxation zone and receive a small giveaway, or tour all three zones and complete the entire scavenger hunt for a chance to win an apple watch or wireless beats headphones! For questions, please contact Ken Browner at kbrowner@lakelandcc.edu or Megan Mamolen at mmamolen1@lakelandcc.edu.

Generously funded by Lakeland's Rise and Thrive grant

Library activities!

Library staff participated in a pumpkin decorating contest for the month of October. Check out the amazing pumpkins below!

Staff Halloween Pumpkins

Students, faculty, and staff voted for the best pumpkin, and the winner is...

Winning pumpkin

Congratulations to Jennifer Yandle for her winning pumpkin!

Upcoming Library Events

Book jacket: Kissing Bug

Monday Book Club

When:  Monday, November 14, 2022, at 2PM

Where:  The Holden University Center

Read: "The Kissing Bug: A True Story of a Family, an Insect, and a Nation's Neglect of a Deadly Disease" by Daisy Hernandez

 Summary:  Growing up in a New Jersey factory town in the 1980s, Hernández only knew that her aunt had died of a rare illness called Chagas. Digging deeper, she discovered more than three hundred thousand Americans have Chagas-- or the kissing bug disease and shows how poverty, racism, and public policies have conspired to keep this disease hidden. -- Adapted from Jacket

Contact: mfbathome@gmail.com to participate in the Monday Book Club. Free and open to everyone!

Book jacket:  The Island of Sea Women

Online Book Discussion Group 

When:  Tuesday, December 6, 2022, at 12pm

Where: Online

Read: "The Island of Sea Women: A Novel" by Lisa See 

Summary:  The residents on the Korean island of Jeju find themselves caught between warring empires. Mi-ja is the daughter of a Japanese collaborator, and she will forever be marked by this association. Young-sook was born into a long line of haenyeo and will inherit her mother's position leading the divers in their village. Little do the two friends know that after surviving hundreds of dives and developing the closest of bonds, forces outside their control will push their friendship to the breaking point.-- Provided by Publisher

Contact:  lglasser@lakelandcc.edu to participate in the online book discussion. Free and open to everyone!

Did you know?

Laketran Provides FREE Rides to VOTE in the November 8 General Election 

Banner - Let Your Voice Be Heard VOTE - Stars - Every VOTE Counts

Lake County residents can take Laketran to their polling locations on November 8 or to the Lake County Board of Elections at 105 Main Street, Painesville, for early voting, through November 7.  Residents can take scheduled routes to polling locations or schedule a Dial-a-Ride, for door-to-door service.  

Ride Laketran FREE to your polling location or

to the Lake County Board of Elections and VOTE!

Phone 440.354.6100 for more information

Bowl of Serials

Bowl of Serials

"I think therefore I am" -Descartes

To find out the latest international topics in contemporary philosophy read Philosophy Today. This peer-reviewed journal is published every three months and is part of the library's periodical collection. For information on this resource and more, contact Reference at 440-525-7425 or email reflibrarian@lakelandcc.edu .

Interlibrary Loan Services

Interlibrary Loan

Ordering an Interlibrary Loan doesn't have to be scary! 

We can order items from anywhere in the US for free, if we don't have what you need here at Lakeland or through the OhioLINK consortium. Send an email to reflibrarian@lakelandcc.edu to get started. 

New E-Resources

Ohiolink Electronic Book Center

Read a book online!

Need a book for class, but don't have time to come to the library? Check out the OhioLINK Electronic Book Center for e-books that can be instantly accessed online! Options are available for browsing or searching a variety of academic topics. Requires myLakeland login. Questions? Contact a reference librarian at reflibrarian@lakelandcc.edu.

More mindfulness coming to campus!

Mindfulness in Action Book Club Nov 30th 3pm

Join the new Mindfulness in Action book club at Lakeland!

Objectives: Read (broadly) in the field of mindfulness, discuss readings, and discuss ways we implement newly learned concepts or methods of mindfulness into our mindfulness practice.

Who: All employees of the college are welcome! This club invites both experienced practitioners of and those new to mindfulness.

When/Where: This book club will meet once a month. The first discussion will take place Wednesday, November 30th, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. in H-303

Read: Jon Kabat-Zinn’s Wherever You Go, There You Are: Mindfulness Meditation in Everyday Life. Copies of the book may be requested through OhioLINK and usually arrive at Lakeland Library within 5 business days.  

Contact: Mitch (mjames24@lakelandcc.edu) or Megan (mmamolen1@lakelandcc.edu­). 

Library Contact Information

General Information                                                Fall Semester Hours                                          Web       

Location: Third Floor of C-Building                             M-Th: 8AM-8PM                                           Homepage
(C-3051)                                                                       Fri: 8AM-12PM                                               Youtube
Phone: 440-525-7424                                                  Sat: 8AM-1PM                                               

Email: lakelandlibrary@lakelandcc.edu                   Sun: Closed  

                                                                                                                                                                                                           

Contributors to the October 2022 newsletter include: Linda Glasser, Jennifer Yandle , Cori Tatulinski, Holly Rosby

Editor: Megan Mamolen

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