Archive for the LLC Services Category
The Library is expanding our Better World Books collection operation. Approximately three years ago, the Library took over an initiative originally championed by Student Senate. They wanted to find a solution for students who wanted to donate their books and worked with Better World Books to place collection boxes around […]
Wanting to keep up with the latest news about colleges and universities? You’re in luck! The LLC provides access to The Chronicle of Higher Education for the CSC campus community. If you’re on-campus, you can go directly to the site https://www.chronicle.com/ to access content.
The recent reorganization of Academic Affairs from twelve to six departments means that library liaisons have shifted, too. A library liaison is a librarian who functions as an intermediary between academic departments and the Library Learning Commons. Each academic department has an assigned library liaison who is happy to answer […]
The Project Strive TRiO Program is one of the many services housed in the Library Learning Commons The TRiO Staff consists of the Director, a Licensed Student Counselor, a Retention Specialist and an Academic Advisor.
The Transitional Studies department is growing. On March 12th, Stephanie Gardener started as part-time clerical staff. Since roughly 50% of incoming Chadron State College freshmen require transitional courses, it was unsustainable to have the department staffed solely by Director Tamara Toomey. The goal of this new position is to ensure […]
The Library Learning Commons is excited to welcome Director of the Office of Academic Success Thomas (Tom) Tylee. Tom started at Chadron State College on January 2nd and hit the ground running for the Spring semester. Tom comes to us from Western Nebraska Community College (WNCC) in Scottsbluff, where he […]
Are you running around (the Internet) looking for those last minute gift ideas for family members? Can’t decide whether to give the light-up reindeer tie to Uncle Tom or Grandpa? Don’t remember if your cousin on your step-dad’s side of the family has 7 or 8 kids? Or is it […]
One of the articles in the October 2016 blog introduced the upcoming Textbook Reserve Program – an initiative intended to reduce the burden of the rising textbook costs encumbered by our student population (Map Priority 3 and Map Priority 6). The Textbook Reserve Program was launched in early January 2017 […]
For more than 50 years, Legal Aid of Nebraska has provided dignity, hope, self-sufficiency and justice through quality civil legal aid for those who have nowhere else to turn. The fundamental goal of Legal Aid’s services is simple—to provide free legal representation to underprivileged citizens and rural communities to cultivate […]
During the academic year the library employs 12-15 student workers to help keep everything running smoothly. Our student assistants are critical and valuable members of the library staff and are a great boon to the functioning of the day-to day operations – especially when the library is open extended hours. […]