We have new student art work up in the Gallery outside the library. Professor Geiger’s students have done something really interesting using Blue painter’s tape. We would love to know what you think. Leave a reply in the comments area below
Stop by the library and check out the new BLUE book display! From Space to the Ocean, we love our BLUE books!
An art installation created by students in Thomas Nelson’s 3D art class is on display in the Hampton Library for a limited time. Each student in the 3D art class created between eight and fourteen pieces in repetition throughout the year. By doing this a comfortable evolution of the object was created and a better understanding of the medium they were using was formed.
Together as a class an installation of all the pieces will be on display in the library from April 22 till May 6. Come out and see what we have created!
95+ Languages Are At Your Fingertips: Transparent Language Online Now Available FREE to students, faculty and staff at Thomas Nelson Community College.
Taking language courses at Thomas Nelson? Planning a trip to Italy to celebrate your anniversary? Just want to brush up that language you studied before but somehow can’t seem to remember at all? We’ve got you covered.
We are excited to announce that we now offer Transparent Language Online to all library patrons, free of charge. Whether you’re starting at the very beginning with a new alphabet or you’re an intermediate learner looking to enhance your vocabulary and grammar knowledge, Transparent Language Online can help. Available for learning 95+ languages, plus English as a Second Language (ESL) materials for native speakers of 26+ languages, the program has something for everyone:
Worried that you won’t be able to learn on your own? A customizable Learning Path allows you to choose what you want to learn, while an integrated analytics system tracks your progress, periodically prompting you to review material that you haven’t seen in a while. It’s like having a built-in teacher there to keep you on track toward your language-learning goals.
Best of all, Transparent Language Online works on any Internet-connected device, so you can learn from your laptop, phone, or tablet.
To learn more about Transparent Language Online and set up your free personal account, go directly to the site at http://library.vccs.edu/license-bin/linker.plx?xtntlang. When you first go to the site you will see a login window, look for the New User setup button and click there to create your account. This must be done from a computer on campus, after that you can use Transparent Language from anywhere.