Today is the first day of the Fall Semester. This means that our late hours are back! We will now be open at the following times:
The Library has 14 study rooms available for student use. Sign up sheets are outside each of the rooms, and students are able to reserve up to 2 hours per day. Students are also able to check out laptops and/or HDMI cables if they would like to use the monitors inside each study room.
Did you know that you are also able to eat in the Library? Order those pizzas, bring in those Jimmy Johns sandwiches…just please don’t eat at the computers :)
What is Starfish? Starfish is an early alert academic performance system designed to make it easy to let you know when you are doing well, and when there are areas of concern to get you back on track. You are also able to schedule times to meet with your instructors, advisors, and counselors. You can get to Starfish directly from Blackboard, so make sure to check Starfish and your my.NWTC email frequently for updates from the people who want you to succeed!
For more information, please see the Starfish User Handout.
This week is Welcome Week for the Fall Semester. New students will be attending a session on Blackboard with our Library Lab Technicians, Bev and Carole. During that time, students will learn about Blackboard and will be given some useful tips and tricks to help make the entire NWTC experience more enjoyable.
Below, you will find the handouts that are given out during the Library’s Welcome Week sessions.