For years now, dot-coms have been catching a bad rap, and the time has come to dispel some myths preventing students from finding the quality information they need to complete their research assignments.
Visit the Seminole Campus Innovation Lab, where students can build breadboards, visit virtual worlds, utilize 3D printers, and more. Read about a few solutions created through the lab and how it’s defined as a “maker space” for St. Petersburg College students and library patrons.
Last week was National Engineer’s Week (Feb. 17-23) – the week was founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1951 to “ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers.”
As a student you have the power to search journals, read books, listen to audio-books, watch instructional videos, get your references together, and even get some on-line tutoring right from the comfort of your couch.
Using Microsoft Word 2007 or higher? Explore the “Spelling and Grammar Check” feature with our Learning Resource tutors and remove those squiggly lines.
The beginning of a new year is traditionally a time to reflect on the past and to embrace new challenges and opportunities.
Coming soon to the Tarpon Springs Campus Library is an authentic, substantial manga collection written solely in Japanese.
The SPC Reads selection for 2018-19 is The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. This title was selected through a vote by the entire St. Petersburg College community consisting of students, staff, and faculty. Students were also polled via MyCourses to find out what activities they would like to see surrounding the book. The activities … Continue reading SPC Reads Selection is ‘The Hate U Give’
Make your sentences sparkle! Keep the reader’s interest using subordination and coordination.
Learning is food for the brain. I’ve often asked students to talk about their most memorable “Aha!” moments, after a lot of hard work. What was the task? Why was it difficult for you? Then, I ask them to remember that feeling, both emotionally and physically. Did your heart start beating faster? Did you feel … Continue reading Aha! Stay Hungry (For knowledge)!