Curious about the bands playing this weekend? Hoopla and the Moraine Valley Library are your guides to all things Pitchfork. Preview the artist’s albums on Hoopla before you go. Here is just a small sampling of all the Pitchfork music you can stream for free.
Paula DeAnda-Shar and Rob Schwein join Tish and Troy for a discussion related to the One Book program on I, Robot by Isaac Asimov. This discussion is a preview for the 2019-2020 One Book program. Visit https://onebook.morainevalley.edu.?
Summer is a time for reading, reflection, self improvement, but most importantly, it is a time for rejuvenation. It is the perfect opportunity to give yourself a respite from the cycle of papers, exams, work, and classes that make the academic year so strenuous. It costs nothing to take a moment and walk through the 1,300 trees on campus, check out a book or magazine like Breathe from our library, view an outdoor performance of Shakespeare’s “Antony and Cleopatra” at the gateway, or view the cosmos at the G. Jack Bradley Observation Deck. As with so many other life lessons that classic literature teaches us, embrace the feeling that life begins again with the summer.
Update — a temporary fix to has been implemented for Swank videos. To access Swank videos off-campus, please use this link. When the issue has been resolved, this post will be updated again.
Off-campus access to Swank is currently is currently being disrupted. In the interim, access to Swank using on-campus computers is still working. Please use the Swank Landing Page to do so. For any questions, please ask a Librarian. This post will be updated when this issue is resolved.
These two links show the pros and cons of Robot Umps calling balls and strikes on baseball players at the plate. You may be able to use this topic in one of your classes next semester. Robots…they are everywhere.
A new addition to the MVCC catalog is a six-disc collection that features silent films directed/written by women. This DVD collection Pioneers: FirstWomen Filmmakershonors “the women who were instrumental in shaping the very core of cinema as we know it.”
Off-Campus access to Kanopy has been restored. For any questions, please ask a Librarian.
Off-campus access to Kanopy is currently is currently being disrupted. In the interim, access to Kanopy using on-campus computers is still working. For any questions, please ask a Librarian. This post will be updated when this issue is resolved.