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The Story Behind TCC Library’s Blind Date with a Book

Each February, the library at Tulsa Community College holds an event called “Blind Date with a Book.” Similar to events run by public libraries, the concept is simple: fill out a survey, and you will get a book hand-picked for you! Although this year’s event has already passed (the last day to pick up books […]

TCC Library online services help students to succeed

According to TCC (Tulsa Communty College) Library annual report, 304,107 people visited the library in 2019-2020. In the last several years, the TCC library expanded its online services through  https://library.tulsacc.edu. Students logged on to the library computers 77,329 in 2019-2020. They hit the library home page 210,900 times and completed 725,653 database searches. Paula Settoon, […]

TCC Library receives a national award for COVID-19 response, innovation and integrity

The Association of College Research Libraries (ACRL) gave a 2021 Excellence in Academic Libraries Award to the Tulsa Community College (TCC) Library department. ACRL has nearly 10,000 members who are librarians and interested individuals in the United States. Kara J. Malenfant, ACRL interim executive director, stated that the selected award recipients demonstrated strength and innovation […]

TCC librarians warn the public about ongoing scams

The FBI, police departments, Federal Court and the U. S. Attorney’s Office alert citizens about fraudulent phone calls from scammers pretending to be employees of different government agencies. The callers threaten victims with an arrest for not appearing for jury duty. The scammers use real data about citizens, government officials, court addresses and pressure victims […]

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