Library

LCCC Library's Collection Enhanced Using Title VI Grant Funds

With funds provided by the Title VI-A grant, the LCCC Library enriched its collections with books and periodicals related to globalization, multiculturalism, and international studies. 

Since October 2001, the Library has added nearly 200 book and journal titles to its circulating, reference and periodicals collections.  Topics covered by these materials range from language and literature to biodiversity and health care and include business and economics, history and political science, geography, and tourism.  Most of these materials were selected by LCCC faculty to support the internationalized curriculum. 

In addition, members have selected materials purchased from the Library's budget to complement the selections made by the faculty.  Title VI-A funds were also used to acquire nearly 50 videos for the Instructional Media and Television Services Department.  Access to these is provided through records in the Library's online catalog.

 

 

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