Medicine Hat College Library Services is currently accepting applications to
fill a vacancy on its team as a Library Clerk III (Audiovisual
Two positions are available: one part-time sessional and one casual. Both positions are based at the Vera Bracken Library at the Medicine
Hat Campus. Capable students, as well as the general public, are invited to
apply. Please note that the deadline for applications is 2
For more details about the part-time sessional position, click here.
For more details about the casual position, click here.
Learn languages on the go with the new Mango Languages app
for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch!
started, users must first access Mango Languages on a computer via Library Services’ databases page and sign up for a free account.Then,
simply download Mango Languages from the Apple App Store and sign in with your
Mango account. Visit the Mango Languages site for more details.
Mango Languages is an
online language instruction program that will help develop a user’s knowledge
of a particular language, in the following fields: comprehension, cultural
insight, grammar, pronunciation, retention, and vocabulary.
Mango Languages currently
provides instruction in 34 languages, which are:
Bowker’s Global Books
in Print is a resource that lets you search for bibliographic information
for more than 12.5 million in-print, out-of-print, and forthcoming books, audio
books, and videos. The database also contains more than 2.2 million
Students, faculty, and staff can access Bowker’s Global Books in Print on campus or from home via Library
Services’ databases page.Simply click
the Advanced Article Search link on the main library page, choose Reference
from the subject areas list, and then click Connect next to the entry for Bowker’s Global Books in Print.If you are accessing this database from home,
you will be prompted for your student or staff/faculty ID number.
Forget what your mother told you about writing on the wall!Library Services has installed a wall-sized
whiteboard in group study room B132.Students,
staff and faculty can now write anywhere on the south wall in that room
using a dry-erase marker.
Group study rooms
can be booked by filling out the appropriate sign-up sheet located outside each
room in the Vera Bracken Library.