Native American Heritage Month
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month by checking out the library's LibGuide! This guide highlights many of the resources we have available across our libraries celebrating our Native and Indigenous American heritages.
This LibGuide will help you to find movies and films that are accessible via streaming directly from our databases right to you, as well as some DVD's available at campus libraries for check out. Some of the databases used are Kanopy and Swank Streaming Media. These databases are only accessible if you are a currently registered student, Faculty, or Staff within Pima Community College.
We have a new LGBTQ+ LibGuide available for showcasing and highlighting library, community, and web resources that help provide support, information and guidance for anyone looking to understand more about the LGBTQ+ community. Check it out!
No need to trick or treat around to all your steaming apps to find the best video content. The PCC Library provides access to thousands of classic, international, and documentary films through Kanopy! In the video, you’ll learn how to access and navigate Kanopy, and get a preview of some of the great content it provides. You can even download the Kanopy app and watch it on your smart TV or personal devices. Check out Kanopy today!
On October 3, Rosanne Couston, Distance Education librarian, represented the library by making a brief presentation to students as part of the Fall Involvement Fair - Online Campus. This event gave a virtual opportunity to online students who couldn't attend the in-person Fall 2022 Involvement Fair held at the Northwest Campus. She will also represent Distance Ed at the New Student Welcome 2022 on October 28 at the Downtown Campus. This event is open to ALL Pima students, staff and faculty (and their families, too.) There will be carnival games and several ways for students to meet the community at the College along with the opportunity to win a $250 Tuition Award and other prizes.
Exciting News! Act One Culture Passes and Performance Passes can now be found at all Pima Community College Libraries. Check out any of our fun locations and current performances for FREE. For more information visit any of the PCC libraries or take a look at our Culture Pass LibGuide.
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Every year the libraries compete to see who has the best pumpkin carving/decorating skills. Check out this gallery of past carvings and decorations.
Who will the winner be this year?
Check back on 10/28 to see!
The Theme is Creatures of the Night
And the Winner is... Downtown Campus!
Take a look at the other pumpkins in the gallery below!
Want to expand your 3D printing skills?! Join us and our expert technicians to explore supports, slicing programs and more! It will be held in the East Campus Makerspace (Room L116) on Tuesday November 8th from 11am to 1:00pm. We look forward to seeing you there.
Calling all who identify as women, trans, femme, non-binary and their allies! Come explore the Makerspace (L116), no experience necessary. Learn about 3D printing, the laser cutter, vinyl cutter and more! Held every 3rd Wednesday night through November, 5:00pm - 7:00pm (next event on November 16th).
Don't miss the upcoming West Campus Library Book Sale: November 2nd through the 4th, Wednesday -Thursday 8:30am - 7pm, Friday 8:30am - 2pm.
Rex the therapy dog will be visiting the Northwest Campus Library on the following Mondays from 10:15-11:15 am (*subject to change*): October 24th, 31st; November 7th, 28th; and December 5th.
For more info, reach out to the NW Library: 520-206-2250.
Join us on Tuesday October 25th 11am - 2pm in the library (classroom L146) for a fun Halloween event. We will be making upcycled Halloween Spell Books! Free for current students, staff, and faculty. All materials & supplies provided. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions regarding the event.
EC Makerspace Oct 25th to the 27th (Sugar Skulls - stop by the Makerspace during these dates to make your own sugar skull, while supplies last).