The 4200 and 4300 floors of the Ray W. Howard Library, aka 4000 Building, will be closed to patrons until September.
The Library will relocate its service desk to the PUB room 9203 for Summer 2016 quarter, where our hours will be 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday while classes are in session. We will have course reserves (print and media) on-site, and limited ability to page items out of the 4000 Building. The desk will be staffed by at least one circulation expert and one reference librarian at all times. We are always available viaAsk A Librarian, our reference chat service, and we’ll take your questions from voice mail and email as quickly as can be.
During renovation, Tutoring Services will be operating primarily in room 1103. Below is the list of temporary venues where students can find the help they need from all of us:
Tutoring Services: 1103
Library service desk: 9203, the PUB Fishbowl
Math Learning Center: 2202
The Writing and Learning Studio: 1504
A college service often associated with the Library is the production and maintenance of Shoreline Community College ID cards. Those services can now be found in the Bookstore, located on the bottom floor of the PUB (9000 building). For students, a copy of their current class schedule and evidence of photo identification (passport, drivers license, etc.) remain the standards for obtaining a new ID card, updating a current one, or replacing a lost one.
Scroll down for information about the following campus events for Thurs., Feb. 4: Sentence puzzles workshop and intramural Zumba and intramural personal training
Sentence puzzles workshop
Join us in library classroom 4214 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. (This workshop is designed for intermediate and advanced ESL/EAP students and others wanting a basic review of English grammar) Improve your ability to identify and use the different parts of a sentence.
Intramural Zumba and Personal Training
Free intramurals for Thurs., Feb. 4 are:
Zumba: 12:35-1:25 p.m. in room 3025
Personal Training: 6-6:50 p.m. in room 3007
Come to Room 2926A on Mon., Jan. 25 from 2-3:30 p.m. for our informative FREE workshop: What Makes a Great College Admissions Essay?
Prerequisite: Completion of or current enrollment in ENGL 101. Understand the appropriate content and tone for personal statements. You’ll have the opportunity to do some writing during this session. (This is NOT a workshop for those who only want feedback on their completed statements.)
The Writing and Learning Studio will close for the quarter at 2:30 p.m. on Fri., Dec. 4. It will open for winter quarter on Wed., Jan. 6. Please contact Grace Rhodes if you have questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This workshop from The Writing & Learning Studio will help you learn to follow a process for proofreading your writing so that you can find and correct more of your own sentence errors. Join us in room 1501 Thurs., May 14 from 3-4 p.m. for this FREE workshop aimed at getting your proofreading skills amped up!
Putting the different parts of a sentence together in a manner that is grammatically correct can be as tricky as piecing together a puzzle. For tips and tricks to improve your ability to identify and use the different parts of a sentence, come join us in the Writing and Learning Studio in Room 1501 this Fri., May 8 from 12:30-1:20 p.m. for our free workshop called Sentence Puzzles.
This workshop is best suited for intermediate and advanced ESL students and others wanting a basic review of English grammar.
The Writing and Learning Studio hosts this FREE workshop that will teach you how to establish and follow a process for proofreading your writing so that you can find and correct more of your own sentence errors. Time for practice will be provided!
Please join us Tues., May 5 in room 1501 from 1:45-2:45 p.m.
Join us this Fri., May 1 in the Writing and Learning Studio in room 1501 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. for a workshop on writing stronger thesis statements. Whether it’s for your pre-college course or your last college course, this workshop will help you write an award-winning thesis statement. Come to this session to learn three essential steps to mastering the art of a thesis statement.
The Writing & Learning Studio supports students in all disciplines to become more effective, more confident learners and writers so they may reach their academic, professional and/or personal goals.
The studio’s support for students is provided by a committed, caring staff who work to create a collaborative, safe, intellectually stimulating environment that welcomes diverse views and encourages student scholarship.
Join us in the Writing and Learning Studio Thurs., April 30 from 1:45-2:45 p.m. in room 1501 for this FREE workshop on how to more effectively prep for and take tests. Learn how to critically read and answer multiple choice, true-false, matching, and sentence-completion questions on tests.
This is part of a series of workshops presented by the Writing and Learning Studio. For the full list of upcoming workshops, click here.