While construction is going on this summer at the library, we will be taking snapshots and documenting the progress for you. Please feel free to view the “Library Remodeling Project” album on our Flickr account, which can be found here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/88916567@N06/sets/72157644364396217/
Ready to take a risk? Grab one of the wrapped books in the Library or Commons for an adventurous Blind Date with a Book. You might fall in love!
No need to “check out” these books (get it?) Just bring them back whenever you are finished (and grab a new book from our Fiction Collection).
Good thing the Library has popular textbooks on reserve!
Come meet Pat, our new torso model with 20 removable body parts (including both male and female parts)! Pat hangs out in the Reference Section with Homer the Skeleton, Muscle Man, Sliced Up Dude, and all of the other models that you can visit.
Feel free to move them around the Library or take them into the study rooms for group study sessions. Just remember to bring them back to Reference (Security does not like it when we call them about missing body parts)!
Need to increase your confidence with computers?
The Library Lab Techs (Carole and Beverly) are standing by ready for your questions.
Ask the Lab Techs for a Personal Plan for Computer Confidence. They will help you determine which common computer skills you have already mastered and which ones they can help you learn.
Got a question? Text us!
Now there are 5 ways to Ask a Librarian . . .
Visiting us during Library hours.
Chatting from our web pages.
Texting 920-288-2ASK (920-288-2275).
Go ahead and send us a question via text. An NWTC Librarian will answer your question during library hours.
Check out a microphone headset!
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If you need to record your voice for a class, come to the Library and check out one of our microphones.
They come with instructions on how to use them with a computer to record your voice and email the file to your instructor or to yourself!
You can also take one of our four tablet PCs into a Library study room and use the built-in microphone to make your recording.