Wednesday, January 16, 2019
"I have a dream..." are words that have resonated throughout our history since they were spoken at the Lincoln Memorial on that balmy August day in 1963.
While that speech is a popular reference to the man that we all know as Martin Luther King Jr., he also left a powerful impact on multiple fronts.
The Moorpark Library is proud to provide access to over a hundred resources of material relating to works generated by this iconic individual.
If you have any questions relating to access to these materials, please don't hesitate to Ask a Librarian.
Monday, January 7, 2019
We are excited to see everyone and are looking forward to supporting your journey through
If you have any questions about how to use the Library services, such as finding a book,
locating an article, or even how to print, check out our Library Video Tutorials.
If you are on campus or in the Library and need assistance, don't hesitate to speak with
our friendly Library staff either at the
or at the
Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Here at the Moorpark College Library we know
how stressful Finals Week can be.
The LLR building hours have been extended, see the
Library Website for hours.
If you need a quiet place to study the 1st floor of the
LLR building offers a great study area
with desks and computers.
If you need to print up papers or just use a computer
all three floors have open computers and
printing can be done from any station.
Also, don't forget to:
And give yourself plenty of breaks!
Hang in there, you've got this!
Thursday, November 29, 2018
New Display LLR 2nd Floor
The Optical Technology Department
We are thrilled to have the MC Optical Technology Department represent their
program through a display in our Display cabinet on the 2nd floor of the
If you are interested in the Optical Technology program be sure to
check out the MC Optical Technology Program website.
Applications to the program will be accepted beginning
April 1, 2019!
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Are you looking for something to read and are curious about how Thanksgiving
and other holidays came about?
We have a number of titles available to satisfy your curiosity!
If you have time to stop by the Library today you can check out books like these:
|A Great Godly Adventure|
|America's Favorite Holidays|
If you are unable to come in before we close today (8:00pm), we also have a number of holiday related titles available in our EBSCO eBook collection such as:
Wishing everyone a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving!
The Library will be closed Thursday November 22, and Friday November 23
for the holiday break.
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Native American Heritage Month
Our latest exhibit on the 2nd Floor of the LLR building is in honor of
the nationwide celebration of Native American Heritage Month.
The display case is a just a small peek of the over 400 titles that
we currently have relating to the Native American experience.
If you are interested in borrowing the books in the display case,
please don't hesitate to ask either
the Circulation Desk or Reference Desk staff for access.
To learn more about the amazing people who brought this month long celebration to be, such as
Dr. Arthur C Parker and Red Fox James, be sure to check out the
Thursday, November 8, 2018
We are heart broken over the news from last nights tragedy! Our thoughts go out to our community and we offer our deepest condolences to all who are struggling with this tremendous loss.
The Library will be closing at 6:00 pm tonight to allow time for
the community to come together at either our campus vigil or
to attend any of the other community vigils this evening.
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
|In Honor of Veteran's Day|
Thank you to all the men and women who have served or are currently serving in the military!
We have a rich selection of material for and about Veterans in our Library collection.
Below are a few recommended titles.
Come by the Library to browse our shelves or
view our online content from the comfort of your own home.
|The Alienated War Veteran Film and Literature|
|A God in Ruins|
|Of Men and War|
|War and the Soul|
|Encyclopedia of the Veteranin America|
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
We're celebrating the 200th Anniversary of Mary Shelley's work Frankenstein.
Our Display Cabinet on the second floor of the LLR building is now featuring Library Material on Mary Shelley. Also included in the display are Mock Book Covers inspired by Frankenstein; Or the Modern Prometheus, created by our very own Graphic Design students from the GR M30 - Design I and GR M31 - Design II classes.
If you are interested in learning more about Mary Shelley or reading some of her work, be sure to check out our Library Catalog to learn more!
Thursday, October 4, 2018
3D Design Projects
We are so excited to have the latest projects from the Art M23 class grace our 1st and 2nd floors of the LLR building.
These installations were created with the challenge of designing as tall of a structure as possible, but not going over 9 feet. You will find that each piece takes a unique perspective on the use of curves, negative spaces, and structural stability.
Third Floor Level:
Camille Carillo / Sebastian L'Ecuyer
Kori Lucero / Yalan Mccullough
Sarah Spiekermann / Valerie Villagomez
Downstairs Level (1st Floor):
Abby Simon / Samantha Alexander
Isabel Pertusati / Tanner Webster
Arianna Arias / Julian Foley
Bonnie Clarfield-Bylin / David Freidl
Samantha Batt / Rachel Dubell
Also, if you missed the cardboard installations, we still have a few on the 2nd/ground floor level.
"Wave": Carmen Hawkins, Leah Rios, Sean Ripley
"Viking Ship": Ahna Cameron, Mikayla Halvorsen, Saphirre Hernandez
"Horse": Lucca Aparicio, Uzziel Vazquez, Lauryn Wood
"Plant": Garrett Kitchenmaster, Todd Kostromin, yasemin Zografos
Monday, September 24, 2018
Banned Books Week
September 23 - 29, 2018
The second floor display case in the LLR building is currently featuring titles for Banned Books Week. Stop by to see books that have been banned in the past and learn more about this celebration of the Freedom to Read.
You can also explore more information by visiting the ALA sponsored Banned Books Week website.
Thursday, September 13, 2018
National Hispanic History MonthSeptember 15 - October 15
Our annual National Hispanic History Month exhibit has returned to our display cabinets on the second floor of the Library Learning Resource Building.
There is also a companion National Hispanic History Month Research Guide online, which touches on the history of this celebration and some of our featured material that you can find in our Library resources.
We also have many titles available online for Moorpark College Students and Staff. Below are a few recommendations that highlight the many facets of Hispanic Culture and History.
|Latino Food Culture|
|Icons of Latino America|