Greetings from the Harold Washington College Library! We may not be on campus, but the library continues to be at your service for all your information needs. Watch for this monthly newsletter to keep you updated on how the library can assist you, as well as for information about new resources, events, book recommendations, and more. Happy New Year from all of us at the Harold Washington College Library!
Librarians are available via chat Monday through Sunday from 8 am to 10 pm. Look for the chat box on the lower right corner of any library page including the main CCC Libraries information page.
On the HWC Library homepage, you can also chat with a librarian by clicking on the blue "Chat With A Librarian" button on the left.
Ebony Magazine and Lerone Bennett Jr: Popular Black History in Post-War America
Let the People Pick the President: The Case for Abolishing the Electoral College
A Collective Pursuit: Teachers' Unions and Education Pursuit
Being Indigenous: Perspectives on Activism, Culture, Language and Identity
American Unemployment: Past. Present, and Future
The CCC Libraries now subscribe to the DSM Library database which includes the full text of the DSM-V (DSM-5) as well as other resources published by the American Psychiatric Association. Find this database, and many more, on the Library's Full List of Databases. Remember that to access remotely, you will need to log in with your CCC username (do not include the @student.ccc.edu part) and password.
Ebony Flowers writes about childhood, family, race, class, and identity in Hot Comb, her debut collection of stories written and illustrated in comic format. Hot Comb is part of the HWC Library's Graphic Novel Collection. If you are interested in reading this, or any other book in our library, you can place a hold through the Request It button in the online catalog.
Did you know that you can return any HWC Library book checked out this semester or in a previous semester and no late fine will be charged? Just drop them in the library book return bin located next to the security desk on the first floor of the College.