The library at NVCC offers some very valuable and important resources to its students. Ranging from a vast database to an educational Netflix-type program, students can find everything they need for their upcoming projects and assignments.
This mid-term, the library will create a relaxing environment with a therapy dog, intended to ease the stress students face this time of the semester and allow them to recharge for effective studying. Provided from the Therapy Dog Association, a fluffy American Eskimo dog will be in the library in the evening for mid-terms October 14th 5:00-7:00 and for finals December 9th 10:00-2:00.
In the spring of 2011, Team Green, Information Technology and the Library initiated a conversation about changing the default setting on the printers to duplex. The goal of this change was to save money for the college and reduce the amount of paper used by students and faculty/staff and the result was a resounding...
On Monday, May 9, NVCC hosted the second biannual “Late Night Exam Cram,” a collaborative effort by the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE), Max R. Traurig Library & Learning Resources Center and Student Activities and Public Relations offices to increase campus access during final exam preparations by keeping vital resources open afterhours.