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Welcome to Summer Session 2014! 

Palomar Summer Session classes begin Monday June 16th. Courses running for 6 weeks end on July 25th. Those scheduled for 8 weeks will end on August 8th.  Consult the online schedule for detailed information about Summer and upcoming Fall class offerings.

Added 6-14-2014

Many thanks to the First Responders who battled fires in our area!

The Library community is very grateful for those who worked so tirelessly to contain the 2014 Fires. Area news outlets provided many visuals of the 9+ fires documented since Tuesday May 13th. Palomar College helps train First Responders through programs such as Emergency Medical Education, Fire Technology and the Police Academy.

Below are pictures of the Cocos fire taken by area residents . 

Cocos Fire
Courtesy of Prof. Jim Eighmey

Cocos Fire
Courtesy of Pierre-Allen Forney

To learn more about the various fires visit the CalFire page. San Diego County  provided information about evacuations and containment at this site

Added 5-19-2014

Visit the Cabinet & Furniture & Technology (CFT) Student Exhibit!

Cabinet & Furniture & Technology (CFT) is a program of Palomar's  Trade & Industry Department and a longtime library partner. Student work from this academic year was on display in the library earlier this month. Many thanks to CFT faculty Jon Stone & Jerry Beaudry for coordinating an impressive showcase of student learning.

This Fall CFT will reopen in their remodeled 'state of the art' facility. Click here to view a list of Fall 2014 courses and details about CFT certificates and degree coursework. 

    CFT Display

     CFT Display
Added 5-14-2014

Learn more about the Child Development Department, a Library Partner!

During April educational organizations celebrate the 'Young Child'. Palomar College prepares people interested in working with young children in many ways. The Child Department Department offers six AS degrees and eight certificates. In addition the College maintains 2 Child Development Centers, with the capacity to serve 144 children between the Escondido and San Marcos facilities. Our library provides many resources to support the learning of those in the Child Development field. Videatives is a streaming service acquired cooperatively by Child Development and the Library using funds awarded through the Carl D. Perkins CTEA. The subscription's videos demonstrate children's interactions with others and their environment.

Child Development Dept Display

 Child Dev. Ctr. Library Display!
Added 4-21-2014

Hope You Enjoyed National Library Week!

Every 3rd week in April the American Library Association helps the country celebrate libraries by sponsoring National Library Week (NLW). The theme for this year's NLW celebration was Lives change @ your library. The honorary chair for 2014 was author Judy Blume. At Palomar we celebrated our wonderful users by gathering feedback through our Library Service Survey!

National Library Week Image

If you've never read a Judy Blume title check one out from our collection or learn more about her provocative career through eresources via our library catalog or specialized databases, such as EBSCO's Literary Reference Center

Added 4-16-2014

During March We Featured Our Military Women!

The Palomar Library helped students and staff celebrate Women's History Month through a Women in the Military display! The display was mounted by students in the Women's Studies program and coordinated by Dr. Susan Miller from the Behavioral Sciences Department (Sociology).

To learn more about various aspects of military service that impact women, use this list of resources. The titles noted are from books, articles and videos.

Uniform

Added 3-19-2014

New Library Catalog -- WorldCat

The library is in the process of implementing a new catalog called WorldCat. New features are being added daily, and final implementation is slated to begin on Dec. 19.  As with our previous catalog, you can search for books, DVDs and other items held by the Palomar College Library.  New features will also allow users to search for items owned at regional and national libraries, as well as articles in the library's research databases. Stay tuned for more information on WorldCat as we migrate to this new system.

WorldCat Library Catalog
Added 12-12-2013

EasyBib


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