Congratulations to our library faculty on their recent educational attainments!Hong Guo, Online Learning Librarian, Mt. San Antonio College, Doctorate of Educational Leadership, CSUF Parisa Samaie, Librarian/Library Department Chair, Los Angeles Southwest College, Doctorate of Educational Leadership, CSULB
Congratulations to our library faculty on the following publications:
The first two books in the series The Community College Library co-edited by Janet Pinkley (CSU Channel Islands & Ventura College) and Kaela Casey (Ventura College) have been released in both print and eBook versions!
By College of San Mateo Library
Congratulations to the California Community Colleges librarians elected to the 2022 California Academic & Research Libraries (CARL) Executive Board!
•Vice-President/President-Elect: Shamika J. Simpson (Long Beach City College)
•Secretary: Annette Young (Cypress College)
•Community Colleges Director-at-Large: Edeama Onwuchekwa (San Diego Mesa College)
Hello, everyone! My name is Cynthia Mari Orozco, and I will be the new CCL Communications Manager from this point forward. I’m very much looking forward to this new role and working with CCL and all of you.
By Rebecca A. Eckland, TMCC Celebrates Family History Research Room
The Black Caucus of the American Library Association bestowed its prestigious Trailblazer Award to Laney College Librarian Shirley Coaston on July 29. Coaston received the award virtually at the National Conference of African American Librarians.
In late January, ACRL announced that Santa Rosa Junior College Library was a recipient of their 2020 ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award. SRJC "was chosen for its dedication of services to its campus community." Read more in the ACRL Insider. Congratulations SRJC!
By Julie Cornett, Cerro Coso Community College
Cerro Coso's newly-developed, 3-unit "Advanced Library Research and Information Studies" course has been approved to meet CSU GE Area E and expands our students' options for meeting our local AA "Information Competency" requirement. The course covers academic research and documentation, critical inquiry, and the impacts of living in an information society and the Cerro Coso Librarians are excited to teach the class starting in fall, 2019!
By Krista Goguen, Pasadena City College
Pasadena City College now offers two related Certificates focused on job-related skills and practical experience for archives and digital collections. Students can now earn one or both Certificates described below. More information on the program courses is online: https://libguides.pasadena.edu/Archives-Digitization-Certificates
SACRAMENTO March 6-7 2014
Registration will be available in January at the CCL Website.
The pattern for the two days is as follows:
Thursday March 6:
12 noon Lunch with your Colleagues
1pm – 5 pm Speakers, new approaches and collaboration
5:00-6:30 pm Hosted Reception / Dinner on Your Own
Friday, March 7