Banned Books Week   Leave a comment

Today starts the Banned Books Week celebration here at the Harper College Library.  Join us this week for one of our events:

Monday, October 1st @ 12:30pm

Judy Kulchawik presents Tim O’Brien’s The Things They Carried


Wednesday, October 3rd @ 11:15am

Harper College Theatre Club presents scenes from “The Crucible”


Thursday, October 4th @ 12:30pm

Catherine Restovich presents The Autobiography of Malcolm X


Be there or be square!

Posted October 1, 2012 by ckuffel in What's New?

Thanks to all t…   Leave a comment

Thanks to all the students who stopped by the Library table at Hullabaloo last week. Check out the pictures from the library, One Book One Harper and voter registration tables!


Posted September 19, 2012 by ahavakamm in What's New?

Welcome Back!   Leave a comment

Welcome back Harper students!  We hope to see you in the library this semester.

Posted August 29, 2012 by ckuffel in What's New?

Get Your Harper ID in the Library!   Leave a comment

Tuesday, August 28th 10-4pm

Wednesday, August 29th 10-7pm

Thursday, August 30th 10-4pm


First Floor of the Library

Posted August 28, 2012 by ckuffel in What's New?

Summer at the Harper College Library   Leave a comment


The Harper College Library is open all throughout the summer for your studying, researching, and summer reading needs!

Our hours for May 21-July 27 are:

7:30 am -10 pm

7:30 am – 4:30 pm



Wednesday July 4 and all Saturdays and Sundays


There is a librarian available to help you with your research needs!



Posted May 30, 2012 by Michele Ukleja in What's New?

Cookies for Finals!   Leave a comment

This week only!
Cookies for Finals!
Come to the library to study and have a cookie (or two!)

Posted May 14, 2012 by Michele Ukleja in What's New?

New databases for you!   Leave a comment

The Library has three new databases that we are excited about:

  1. Byki language-learning software is a powerful and personalized language-learning system, designed to advance your new language proficiency by expanding your vocabulary reservoir.
  2. JSTOR includes core journals in economics, history, political science, and sociology, as well as in other key fields in the humanities and social sciences. This collection also contains titles in ecology, mathematics, and statistics.
  3. The Gross Anatomy Dissector makes possible the teaching and learning of all anatomy, from head to toe, in a rigorous, yet approachable manner. The anatomy is presented precisely as a first-year medical student encounters it, dissects it, and is assessed on it.

Take a look at them from the Articles and More link on the Library’s home page.

Posted May 9, 2012 by Michele Ukleja in What's New?


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