January 31, 2020

Celebrate Black History Month Through Reading


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OCC Libraries in partnership with the College Committee for Diversity and Inclusion are proud to participate in the National African American Read-In on February 4-18, 2020.

OCC Students and employees are invited to hear readings or read a brief passage aloud from books written by African American authors. The goal of this event is to celebrate Black History Month and bring awareness about the contributions African Americans have made to the literary world.

See our Black History Month research guide for title ideas or ask any OCC Librarian.


Events will be held on:
  • Tuesday, February 4 at Highland Lakes from 10am-3pm Library, Woodland Hall
  • Monday, February 10 at Auburn Hills from 12pm-2pm Library, Room D
  • Wednesday, February 12 at Orchard Ridge from 11am-1pm Library, Room K-200
  • Tuesday, February 18 at Southfield from 12pm-1pm Student Center, Room A129
See the flyer for more information.

 

January 14, 2020

Martin Luther King, Jr.: Information and Resources at the OCC LIbraries

The 2020 Martin Luther King, Jr. Convocation will take place on Friday, January 17th at the Orchard Ridge Campus Smith Theater from 10 am-11:30am.  Admission is free, see the flyer for more information.

You might also be interested in some of the selected OCC Library resources on Martin Luther King, Jr., including information on the MLK portrait on display at the Orchard Ridge Campus King Library.

December 5, 2019

Suspension of MeLCat Services for the Semester Break:

Please note that MeLCat services will be suspended for the upcoming semester break. Wednesday, December 4, will be the last day to request an item through MeLCat before the end of the semester.

All MeLCat items must be returned to the library by Wednesday, December 18, unless the due date is after January 2, 2020.

MeLCat services will resume as normal beginning January 2, 2020.

November 21, 2019

Help the Children of Flint Affected by the Water Crisis Read and Succeed

Donate a NEW Children’s Book to the OCC Libraries Early Literacy Book Drive.

Inspired by Flint pediatrician, activist, and author Dr. Mona Hanna- Attisha’s visit to OCC, the OCC Libraries are collecting NEW children’s books suitable for infants through age 5.

Book donations will be given to the Flint and Genesee Literacy Network, a non-profit organization that supports early literacy initiatives.

Early literacy is important for brain development and strengthening reading skills that contribute to success.

Drop off your donation of a NEW children’s book at any OCC Campus Library through December 16th.