Come to the International Film Festival sponsored by the LCC Foreign Language Program to watch films from China, France, Germany, Japan, and Spanish speaking countries. The festival is free and all films have English subtitles. Friends and family are welcome. View the full schedule of films.

When: April 26, 2014 from 12-6pm

Where: Arts & Science Building (see full schedule for specific rooms)

Learn more about cinema in China, France, Germany, Japan, and Spanish speaking countries with books, e-books, streaming videos, and DVDs available through LCC Library.

PEAK WEEKS IN THE LIBRARY April 21-May 2
Eat, Drink, Study.Everyday during peak weeks from 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. stop in to the Library for coffee, water, lemonade, and grab-and-go snacks.
Let’s Play!Grab a game, grab a friend, and take a break. Play classic low intensity games like Connect Four, Uno, Jenga, & more.
Paws for a Study BreakDe-stress with a visit from certified therapy dogs in the Library from 12-2 p.m. on April 23 & 30.
Get CreativeBuild with LEGOs and decorate and eat cookies. Photograph your 
creations and share them on social media for a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift certificate. Don’t have a social media account? No problem! We’ll help you enter the drawing and share your creativity.
DYI Duct Tape AccessoriesMake something useful out of duct tape: a wallet, key ring, or your own creation. We’ll be on hand to assist you.
Get HelpAsk a Librarian for help with citing sources and finding information for papers and projects. Ask a Tech Guide for help formatting in Microsoft Word and other technology issues. Ask a Tutor for help with writing, math, and other subjects.

PEAK WEEKS IN THE LIBRARY April 21-May 2

Eat, Drink, Study.
Everyday during peak weeks from 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. stop in to the Library for coffee, water, lemonade, and grab-and-go snacks.

Let’s Play!
Grab a game, grab a friend, and take a break. Play classic low intensity games like Connect Four, Uno, Jenga, & more.

Paws for a Study Break
De-stress with a visit from certified therapy dogs in the Library from 12-2 p.m. on April 23 & 30.

Get Creative
Build with LEGOs and decorate and eat cookies. Photograph your 

creations and share them on social media for a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift certificate. Don’t have a social media account? No problem! We’ll help you enter the drawing and share your creativity.

DYI Duct Tape Accessories
Make something useful out of duct tape: a wallet, key ring, or your own creation. We’ll be on hand to assist you.

Get Help
Ask a Librarian for help with citing sources and finding information for papers and projects. Ask a Tech Guide for help formatting in Microsoft Word and other technology issues. Ask a Tutor for help with writing, math, and other subjects.

In honor of National Library Week, take a look at photos of winning libraries that participated in a photo contest sponsored by Gale. 

We’re adding more popular titles to the Magazine Collection.
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We’re adding more popular titles to the Magazine Collection.

Help us choose!

End of Semester Writing Help

Writing Center – Arts and Sciences Building, Room 202  www.lcc.edu/as/writingcenter

Call (517) 483-1907 or stop by to make an appointment one week in advance.  Drop-in writing assistance, in addition to appointments, will be available from April 7 - 28, as students are revising portfolios in the writing program. Check Twitter for last minute cancellations.

 Learning Commons – Arts and Sciences Building, Room 108  www.lcc.edu/learningcommons

Call (517) 483-1206 or stop by to make an appointment one day in advance.

Drop-in group tutoring (no appointment needed):

Learning Commons, Arts & Sciences Building, Room 109

  • Monday 4:10-7:00 pm, Tuesday 11:10-2:00 pm, Friday, 12:10-3:00 pm

Library, TLC Building, 2nd floor

  • Monday - Thursday, 9:30-11:30, 1:00-2:00 pm

LUCERO, Gannon Building, Room 351

  • Wednesday, 3:10-5:00 pm

East Campus, 1st floor study area

  • Wednesday, 4:10-7:00 pm

West Campus, Room U245

  • Monday and Wednesday, 9:10-2:00 pm

Livingston Center, Math Lab

  • Wednesday, 4:30-7:00pm

Learn about the founding of Lansing in this recent article by retired LCC faculty, Linda Peckham.

Do you ever feel like finding information is like looking for a book in a color coded library?

If you’re finishing up a project, paper, or assignment, save yourself some time and ask us for help :)

For research help ask a Librarian by: chat 24/7, text, email, phone, or a visit the Reference Desk in the Library. 

For technology help ask a Tech Guide: Tech Guides can help you with technology related issues that might be slowing you down.

A Rally of Writers, is a day-long writing conference held for the past 26 years in Lansing, Michigan. The 16 sessions feature Michigan writers, poets, teachers, editors and publishers discussing every aspect of writing and the publishing business.

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
A beautiful wife disappears on her anniversary. Her husband is suspected of foul play. Did he or didn’t he? This incredibly suspenseful page-turner has a dizzying number of plot twists and turns. As narrators shift, the story of a marriage keeps changing.  Who should you believe?  Not only does this novel succeed as a complex and gripping thriller, it explores the dark and hidden corners of relationships between men and women.

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

A beautiful wife disappears on her anniversary. Her husband is suspected of foul play. Did he or didn’t he? This incredibly suspenseful page-turner has a dizzying number of plot twists and turns. As narrators shift, the story of a marriage keeps changing.  Who should you believe?  Not only does this novel succeed as a complex and gripping thriller, it explores the dark and hidden corners of relationships between men and women.