Thursday, September 17, 2015

Hispanic Heritage Month

Come see our 2nd floor display at the library as we honor Hispanic Heritage Month, and recognize the achievements of many of our Palomar College Faculty and Staff!

Friday, April 10, 2015

April is National Kite Month

Do you like kites? Come see our 2nd floor display featuring some of our very own hand-made kites.  You can learn how to make one too using one of our many library books on the subject.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Black History Display

Do visit our Black History Month display where you will find many resources that chronicle the work of civil rights activists and the events that culminated in the 1965 Voting Rights Act.   The display is here on the 2nd floor of the Library near the Reference Desk!

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Graphic Novels Display

Are you interested in philosophy, physics, religion? Do you like romance, autobiographies, history? Try reading one of these genres in graphic novel form (story-telling through art).  We have a wonderful display on the 3rd floor of the Library that showcases some of these fantastic resources, so don't miss it!

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Native American Heritage Month

Students and Professor Aquallo of AIS 105, History of Native American Arts, have created a display in the Library that celebrates contemporary Native American art; from traditional ceramic pieces to the political lyrics of hip-hop, the display includes music and other media, revealing a rich and dynamic art scene.

Sweet Seasons

This year's annual Fashion Department display is entitled Sweet Seasons. Stop by the library to see the various student designs 'in person'.

Monday, August 25, 2014

New e-Resources from the Library Fall 2014

The Library website is the place to go for reliable information at Palomar College, and we’re constantly adding digital content in all subjects. Check out the hundreds of new online e-books and streaming media available to Palomar students:

Gale Literary Criticism Online

This contains the complete online sets of the acclaimed Gale literary reference series: Nineteenth Century Literary Criticism, Twentieth Century Literary Criticism, and Contemporary Literary Criticism, and are current through 2014.

New and updated editions of 'book' reference content have been added to this e-book collection, including multi-volume encyclopedias, biographical sets, and specialized sources. Subjects covered include arts and humanities, biography and genealogy, business and industries, general and consumer interests, government and political science, health and medicine, law, science and technology, and social sciences.

Hundreds of new and current ebooks covering subjects taught at Palomar College have been added to both these online book collections.

This comprehensive online reference source includes complete and current content from the renowned World Book Encyclopedia, as well as additional multimedia, e-book, and primary sources. 

Ambrose Streaming Videos

Ambrose offers viewers over 100 current, educational streaming videos covering a variety of social science and historical topics.

Access these and other library e-resources by clicking their names above, or from the Library homepage (click the Database link). Palomar eServices login required off-campus or on campus wi-fi. Need help? Call (760) 744-1150 x2616 or "Ask a Librarian" through our 24/7 live chat service (look for the chat box on most library webpages). For more information, contact Tamara Weintraub, Collections Management Librarian.