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.
Cori Tatulinski, Serials Specialist
My life at LCC Library by Cori:
That's What She Said...
Here are some of the quotes from inspirational women placed on our interactive display wall:
"It takes a great deal of courage to stand up to your enemies, but even more to stand up to your friends." - J. K. Rowling
"I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." - Maya Angelou
"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." - Eleanor Roosevelt
On Wednesday, March 27, the Library partnered with Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL) to host Connect Fest: Campus Resource Fair, in the Library. Students met with faculty and staff to learn about degrees, academic programs, courses, college departments, resources, services and student programs. There were FREE games, food, prizes and fun for all!
Vintage Movie Night: Presented by Student Library Innovators
Re-scheduled due to campus closure! Thursday, April 25th at 5:00PM, Library, Room C-3051h
Double feature on reel-to-reel films. Introduction from American Cinema Instructor Joanna Whetstone
*Snacks! *Drinks! *Vintage Movies!
National Poetry Month Contest
Help the Library celebrate National Poetry Month in April by stopping by to create some original blackout poetry. Sometimes referred to as found poetry, blackout poetry is created by taking an existing page of text and coloring over or blacking out all but the desired words leaving your own original poem. Text pages and coloring supplies will be provided—you just bring the creativity! Feel free to take your poem with you when you go, or add it to our display for all to admire. One lucky display contributor will be selected at random to receive a prize from the Library!
National Library Week
The American Library Association says, “National Library Week (April 7- 13, 2019) is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation's libraries and library workers and to promote library use and support.” This year’s theme is “Libraries = Strong Communities.” Please show your support by visiting Lakeland Library during National Library Week!
Celebration of Research
When: Thursday, April 18th, 7:00-9:00PM.
Who: Qualifying participants, selected by Lakeland Librarians, and their faculty mentors and guests. Interested students, faculty, staff, and administrators are also encouraged to attend.
What: Celebration of Research poster presentation and reception. Light appetizers will be provided. Funded by The Lakeland Foundation.
Where: Lakeland Library Collaboration Space.
Why: To compete for gift cards and plaques, and to celebrate the outstanding work of our students!
Monday Book Club:
Monday, April 8, 2019 at 2:00PM, Holden University Center, Room U-202
Read the book and join in a discussion of "The Truth According to Us" by Annie Barrows . Click here for more information.
Book Discussion Group:
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at noon, Room C-2058
Read the book and join in a discussion of "Camino Island" by John Grisham. Click here for more information.
Northcoast Writers' Showcase:
Saturday, April 13, 2019 at 11:00AM, in H-Building
The event, presented by Lake-Geauga League of Libraries, features Imbolo Mbue, author of "Behold the Dreamers". Attend free writing workshops, meet local authors and share the joy of reading. Click here for more information.
Barbara Marlowe and Teeba Furat Marlowe, Authors:
Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 7:00PM, in the Library, Room C-3051
Presented by the Library and the Center for International Education, the free event features a reading and book signing by the authors of "A Brave Face: Two Cultures, Two Families, and the Iraqi Girl Who Bound Them Together". Click here for more information.
Lakeland Librarians are offering a brand new instruction service! To encourage the growth of information literate distance learners, we are now offering synchronous instruction for online classes via WebEx. We can collaborate with faculty teaching online classes to meet the needs of a specific assignment or more generally teach students about discipline-specific resources. Our schedule is flexible, and we are happy to accommodate night and weekend sessions. Schedule an online library instruction session by emailing email@example.com or calling the reference desk at 440.525.7425. Please indicate you would like library instruction offered online.
Serials, aka magazines, are available for check out. Magazines are kept on shelves along the Library's north wall at the ends of the circulating book shelves. The current issues are kept in the Library, but all other issues can be borrowed for your research and/or reading pleasure.
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Contributors to the March newsletter include: Linda Glasser, Holly Rosby, Ragan Snead, Cori Tatulinski, Ashlei Zakes.
Editor: Megan Mamolen