Just in time for summer session, the Orange County Campus Library has some exciting new fiction and nonfiction in its collection. Looking to come to the OCC to visit? Our library hours have changed for the summer! Librarian services will be available Monday and Tuesday from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM. Main Campus is open Monday through Thursday for all your in-person Durham Tech Library needs. Virtual services are available Monday through Friday. Keep reading for the new books! We've got some novel
Women's History Month was enshrined in law as an annual, month-long celebration on March 12, 1987, noting that "despite these contributions [by women], the role of American women in history has been consistently overlooked and undervalued in the body of American history." Who reading this can say they've done their studies and can score an A+ on NCpedia's Quiz of North Carolina Women's History? I like to brush up on my knowledge with their excellent Women's History materials. This year, however
Say goodbye to those chilly evenings, readers, it's Springtime! We're celebrating the arrival of warmer weather and buzzing insects with a few new additions to our catalog. Maybe you've heard about mushroom foraging and want to give identification a try, or you've spotted a few colorfully feathered friends that you'd like to identify. Are you starting to plan your garden? We've got books for all of that over at our Main Campus Library. Keep reading to see a colorful gallery of these new
https://youtu.be/tx_7vUg_1_s When generous individuals choose to give to Durham Tech Foundation , they directly support efforts to lift students up and help instructors succeed in the school's academic mission. This collective support can build to something as momentous as the recent announcement about Durham Tech's Housing Initiative . Today, we'd like to highlight a recent gift from our foundation in honor of two long-serving Foundation Board Members, Judge Willis P. Whichard and vocalist and
Title: There There Author: Tommy Orange Genre: fiction Why did you choose to read this book? There There appeared on so many best-books-of-2018 lists and received rave reviews from authors and critics alike that I felt like it was following me, or the universe was telling me to read this book. Also, my book club chose it. Tommy Orange’s debut novel traces the journey, through chapters named after the characters, of about a dozen Native Americans to the Big Oakland Powwow in California. It is set
We have a bunch of awesome new materials for check out thanks to the Carolina Asia Center at UNC . Funded by their Title VI grant from the Department of Education, the Carolina Asian Center fosters Asian studies on campus by supporting instruction, collaborating on cultural events, and working with faculty interested in adding Asian content to their courses. The following titles are new films we have available for check out. A Taxi Driver Ponyo Howl's Moving Castle Kiki's Delivery Service Castle
The North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation has awarded $50,000 to the Durham Technical Community College Foundation to create the Dr. Phail Wynn, Jr. Library Endowment. Dr. Phail Wynn, Jr. served as president of Durham Tech for 27 years. Upon his retirement in 2007, he established The Dr. Phail Wynn, Jr. Collection at the Durham Tech Library. Dr. Wynn generously supported the collection through personal philanthropy until his passing in July 2018. The library is very proud of Dr. Wynn’s
Get your read on with these new nonfiction titles at the Orange County Campus Library, most of which fit neatly into Read Great Things Challenge 2019 categories . Remember that your Durham Tech Library card is valid at all Durham Tech Library locations and you can request to pick up a book from another campus at your home campus (though you're always welcome to come visit).