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 Reserve Books


Making a Difference for Students! Did you know that some students drop classes because they cannot afford their textbooks? It's true. Course Reserves are a way to help, placing textbooks on reserve in the library for short term use is a great way to help students be successful in their courses. The GC Library has course reserve items that can be checked out and used in the library. You decide for how long (2 hours, 3 hours, 1 day, 3 day, 7 days). Contact the Library or click below to place a textbook on reserve for your course today! 

 

 

  Featured on Films on Demand!


Did you or your students read The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks? You can stream the entire video on Films on Demand! 

Boasting an exceptional cast and production team, and based on Rebecca Skloot’s critically acclaimed 2010 nonfiction best-seller of the same name, this HBO Films drama tells the true story of Henrietta Lacks, an African- American woman whose cells were used to create the first immortal human cell line, known as HeLa.

  New Database


Nursing Reference Center is a point-of-care resource designed for the practicing nurse, as well as nursing administrators, nursing faculty, and librarians. Users can search across multiple resources, including topical Quick Lessons, evidence-based care sheets, patient education materials, practice guidelines, and more.

Hispanic Heritage Month Books On Display @ The Library

Stop by the library and check out our Hispanic Heritage Month Books on display, we have lots of great reads, one of our featured books is Mexican American Baseball in the San Fernando Valley, be the first to check it out!