March 4-8 is Open Education Week. It's time to ditch expensive textbooks! LCC has Spring 2019 classes that use Open Educational Resources or other low cost materials; find them on the OER course list.
Celebrate African American voices in literature and poetry! Visit the Library for a dazzling selection of Black literature.
A bite-size selection from this fascinating collection of toothbrushes from around the world is on display now. Stop by and marvel at the diversity of the humble toothbrush.
Participate in a Community Conversation on the complex issues of news today. Beyond Fake News will be led by OSU librarian Kelly McElroy at the Library on January 31 at 2 PM. Seats are limited. Register for a spot today.
Join us on January 15 in the Center for Meeting and Learning, Building 19. CNN political commentator Bakari Sellers will deliver the keynote speech. Doors open at 4 p.m. Register for this free event.
Visit the Library Wishing Tree and make a wish for the coming year. Plus we have lots of books to inspire positive change in 2019.
Join the Library for button-making on Mon and Tues, November 5th and 6th, from 11-1. Bring your own design or make one with us--all materials provided!
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Open Access means making things open and available to all. This week celebrates making scholarly research freely available to promote learning and innovation.
OPEN by S Kaiser is used under a Creative Commons BY-SA license.
Learn more about the fascinating world of mushrooms and lichens at LCC Library and get ready for the Mushroom Festival at Mt. Pisgah on October 28th!
Mt. Pisgah Mushroom Festival
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