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Library Learning Commons librarians and staff assist LWTech students, staff, as well as members of the community to engage with unique learning materials selected to support all program and course areas. Orientations to the Library and instruction sessions for individuals or classes can be arranged with a Librarian.
Consider these resources when using the library: • Resource Check Out
o Use your student ID card to check out books, a wide assortment of DVDs, equipment, books, journals, and additional resources like graphing calculators.
• Group Study
o Small, group study rooms with various resources are available through the reservation system on a first come first served basis. 24 hour-advance notice is needed to book a room. Rooms may be reserved within the period of one month, for less than four hours at a time. This reservation system also includes a digital media studio.
• Computer Resources
o Internetandprintreadycomputersareavailableforcompletingassignmentsand accessing resources and online databases like: Artsot, Credo Reference, CulturGrams, EBSCOhost, InfoBase Fact on File, Health Reference Center, LexisNexis, ProQuest and others!
LionsLink Powered by ctcLink is a self-service cloud-based software will provide a set of common, mobile-friendly tools for students and staff to manage college business online, such as enrolling for classes, managing courses, processing payroll, and other college business.
RISE Center
East Building, E126 (425) 739-8693
The Resources for Inclusion, Support, and Empowerment (RISE) Center builds an equitable and inclusive campus community for all students through educational programs and advocacy. Additionally, the center is a support service for students from traditionally underrepresented and underserved backgrounds, such as students from minoritized ethnic/racial groups, students with disabilities, first-generation college students (those who are the first in their family to attend/graduate from college), and members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) community.
Supported by Workforce Development, W207
StudentLingo is a series of free online workshops that help students navigate and succeed in college. The workshops include such topics as Online Learning Strategies, Discovering Your Learning Style, Exam Preparation Tips, Reducing Test Anxiety, Financial Literacy, and Overcoming Procrastination. Workshops are available 24 hours a day and can be retaken multiple time.

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