Our libraries are active partners in supporting
student success and teaching excellence. We do this by delivering access to
resources, teaching information literacy skills, supporting instructional
technology, and providing services and programs.
What's happening at GTC Libraries...
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| ||BARTON CAMPUS LIBRARY FEATURES DIVERSITY ENDANGERED EXHIBIT|
The Barton Campus Library is hosting a free exhibit that shows the
effect humans have on the Earth’s ecosystems. “Diversity Endangered,” a
traveling exhibit created by the Smithsonian Institution, will be on
display in recognition of Earth Day from April 6 until May 6, 2015.
time a highway is constructed, a river dammed, a stream-bed diverted,
or a forest cleared, the natural habitat of plants and animals is lost.
While some species flourish in degraded areas, others that are more
sensitive to changes in the environment vanish, and the diversity that
depends on complex interactions between all of an environment’s elements
The Barton Campus Library is housed in the Technical Resource Center
(Building 102). For more information about the exhibit, call (864)
250-8319 or email email@example.com.
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| ||ONLINE LIBRARIAN|
Did you know GTC has an Online Librarian? If you're taking classes online, or need research help for any assignment, we can set up an online tour of library resources at a time that works best for you. Click to learn more about our Online Librarian.
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| ||TOUR THE LIBRARY
A quick video (2:21) is available to help you
find information on the library web site. Watch Navigating the GTC Library
Web Site or visit the GTCLibTV YouTube Channel to see this video and other library
Thanks to funding from a federal Broadband Technology Opportunities Grant,
Greenville Tech's libraries and several of the college's computer
labs offer computers for public use.