On May 2, 2017, the Spangler Libraries screened Jamila Raqib’s TED talk “The secret to effective non-violent resistance.”
From the award winning author of The Fault In Our Stars and Paper Towns, John Green, co-creator of the YouTube Channel Mental Floss, comes another video about common mispronunciations in the English language.
In Case You Missed It: On March 7, 2017, the Atlantic Cape Community College campuses screened Adam Foss’ Ted Talk “A prosecutor’s vision for a better justice system.”
In Case You Missed It: On February 7, 2017, the Atlantic Cape Community College campuses screened Rachel Botsman’s Ted Talk “We’ve stopped trusting institutions and started trusting strangers.”
There are excellent web apps that are free-to-use. They can both make your life easier and your papers and presentations more exciting. For Papers: Google Docs: A very popular web-based word processor, Google Docs is constantly updating and improving. A tip: Try the “more fonts” button at the bottom of the font-selection menu. For Posters … More “Office” App Alternatives
In Case You Missed It: Last semester, on December 6, 2016, the Atlantic Cape Community College campuses screened Adam Galinsky’s TED Talk “How to speak up for yourself.”
Welcome back for the Spring Semester! Start the semester off right with help from your library — at all 3 of our campuses.
On October 5, 2016, Harvard Business Review published the article, “Stop Trying to Sound Smart When You’re Writing” written by Liane Davey.
Interacting with information through visualization allows us to learn in a whole new way. It can make “dry” data exciting and reveal “hidden” relationships. Check out some of these interesting examples for your research.
In Case You Missed It: On November 1, 2016, the Atlantic Cape Community College campuses screened Christopher Soghoian’s TED Talk “Your smartphone is a civil rights issue.”