The HCCC Library is featured in this month’s edition of Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, with a photograph of the Main Library taken by Associate Dean for College Libraries Carol Van Houten.
Choice February 2016
Choice is published by the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), and features over 600 reviews of academic books and electronic resources, and is used by HCCC Librarians and librarians throughout the country to select resources included in college library collections.
More information about CHOICE can be found at http://www.ala.org/acrl/choice/home.
The HCCC Library is proud to announce that it has been awarded the ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award, as the winner in the community college category. The award, which recognizes the accomplishments of librarians and other library staff as they come together as members of a team to support the mission of their institution, is sponsored by the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) and YBP Library Services.
The HCCC Library Staff
The ACRL Awards committee noted that the HCCC Library impressed the committee with its impact on student learning, campus technology, and outreach services.
“Hudson County Community College Library staff demonstrated a clear focus on students through their active social media outreach, inclusion of students on their advisory board, and various other collaborative efforts in which students are involved,” said Trevor Dawes, chair of the 2016 Excellence in Academic Libraries Committee and associate university librarian at Washington University in St. Louis. “The library staff has done and impressive job at incorporating information literacy components across all General Education courses, resulting in a positive impact on student learning. Additionally, the library has demonstrated technology leadership across the campuses through the use of various services, such as the iPad cart and the makerspace. The solutions to meet campus needs are both high-tech and low-tech, based on the needs of the constituents.”
“Receiving this award is a great honor for our library and our college,” said Hudson County Community College Associate Dean for College Libraries Carol Van Houten. “Our achievements are the direct result of having a dedicated and creative library staff who truly care about our students. We are so happy to be recognized as an outstanding community college library!”
The HCCC Library will receive $3,000 and a plaque, to be presented at an award ceremony later this year.
Additional information about the award, including a list of past winners, is available on the ACRL website. Further information about this year’s award is available from the ACRL Insider.
On Wednesday, 1/20, the HCCC Libraries will be closed until 1pm at both campuses due to College Service Day.
The Main Campus Library will be open from 1-10, and the North Hudson Campus Library will be open from 1-9.
Welcome back to all HCCC students, faculty and staff!
Regular hours resume today, 1/4.
The Main Library is open Monday to Friday from 7am to 10pm, and the North Hudson Library is open Monday to Friday from 8am to 9pm.
Both Libraries are open Saturday from 8-6 and Sunday from 10-6.
The Hudson County Community College Library continues its four-part film and discussion Series, ‘Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle’ with a screening of The Loving Story today, October 21 at 3pm.
Hudson County Community College (HCCC), in partnership with the Hudson County Genealogical and Historical Society, will present one of four nationally acclaimed documentaries depicting milestones in the American civil rights movement on Wednesday, October 21 at 3:00 p.m. The film The Loving Story will be introduced by Professor Dorothy Anderson, an Instructor of History at the College, who will be joined by Dr. Eric Friedman, Vice President for Academic Affairs, to lead a discussion about the film.
The screening will be held outside the gallery on the 6th floor of the Library located at 71 Sip Avenue, Jersey City NJ 07306. The College community and the general public are invited to attend. There is no charge for admission.
This event will be held in conjunction with the exhibit, “Changing America: The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863, and the March on Washington, 1963” in the Dineen-Hull Gallery on the 6th floor of the Library between Wednesday, October 14 and Sunday, November 22.
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