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WAVE Transit seeks input about possible elimination of bus route that serves CFCC’s campuses

August 21st, 2013 by Jacob Deininger

WAVE Transit is considering eliminating bus route 207 that currently travels between the downtown Wilmington and North Campus.

There are two scheduled public hearings regarding the proposed service reductions:

 

Wednesday, August 21 at 6 p.m. and Thursday, August 22 at 12 p.m.

Both are occurring in the WAVE Transit Boardroom at Forden Station, 505 Cando Street, Wilmington.

 

Please see the link below for more information.

http://www.wavetransit.com/Portals/0/documents/Service_Reduction_2013.pdf

 

A map of Route 207 is located here: http://www.wavetransit.com/Portals/0/pdfMaps/new207.pdf

 

Email: comments@wavetransit.com

Call WAVE Transit: 343-0106


New LRC Website!

August 18th, 2013 by webdev

Welcome the the new LRC website!

We hope you like it as much as we do. Having trouble finding something? Ask the LRC and we will let you know how to get to it!


CFCC Kicks Off New “Correctional Facility Donation Program”

August 18th, 2013 by Jacob Deininger

The CFCC Learning Resource Center has started donating select titles to local correctional facilities to give the residents much needed reading material. Have something that you’d like to donate for this cause? We are accepting lightly used fiction and non-fiction titles at the library circulation desk.

Correctional Facility Donation Program


Life Sized Self Portraits on Display Now

August 18th, 2013 by Jacob Deininger

Life sized self portraits from student artists in Ben Billingsley’s art class are now on exhibit in the Wilmington Campus Library.

Life Sized Student Self Portrait


Check Out the Fun Stuff at the North Campus Library!

August 18th, 2013 by Jacob Deininger

The North Campus Library now has even more fun stuff to watch and read! Swing by and check out FREE movies and/or FREE bestselling books. The fun stuff is on display right as you walk in!

North Campus Display


Queen Anne’s Revenge Cannon Recovery

August 18th, 2013 by Jacob Deininger

Cape Fear Community College is involved in so many interesting things!

TV/Video Production Technician Travis Burdick was out on the RV Dan Moore with CFCC Marine Technology students and faculty as they helped archaeologists recover two cannons from the Pirate Blackbeard’s ship, The Queen Anne’s Revenge on June 20th, 2013. Using our trusty GoPro, Travis created this time lapse video showing the recovery of the second cannon, sunk off the coast of Atlantic Beach, NC in 1718.

 


New Research on Younger Americans’ Library Habits & Expectations

August 18th, 2013 by Jacob Deininger

The Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project has released the results of a survey conducted last fall on the library and reading habits of younger Americans, ages 16 to 29. The survey found that almost all Americans under age 30 are online, and they are more likely than older patrons to use libraries’ computer and internet connections; however, they are also still closely bound to print, as three-quarters (75%) of younger Americans say they have read at least one book in print in the past year, compared with 64% of adults ages 30 and older.

 

To see more of the report, go to:

http://libraries.pewinternet.org/2013/06/25/younger-americans-library-services/


Testing? Accuplacer, ASVAB, GED, GRE, PRAXIS, PSB, TOEFL–we’ve got resources for them all!

August 18th, 2013 by Jacob Deininger

Taking a standardized test soon? Check out our resources for: Accuplacer (CFCC math/english placement), ASVAB (military), GED (high school), GRE (graduate school), PRAXIS (educators), PSB/Nursing/Allied Health, and TOEFL (English as a foreign language).

Testing Resources



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