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Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week was founded in 1982 and is observed every year in the last week of September. It is meant to bring attention to banned and challenged books and celebrate the access we have to many different sources of books and information. It is promoted by the American Library Association and Amnesty International.

Banned books are books that have been prohibited from being published or circulated by a government authority, usually on the grounds of religion, politics or public morality.  Challenged books have been charged with being inappropriate, but have not been banned.  Many books, such as The Giver, The Scarlet Letter and even Harry Potter, have withstood such condemnation and to gone on the become beloved classics.

So join us this week in celebrating the freedom we have to stretch our minds and our imaginations by reading a banned book.

Database Logins

Database Logins

Classes begin August 28th. You may be wondering how to access the databases. To begin,  click on the databases button located on the library's homepage. From there, you can login to the different databases.  You will need IDs and/or passwords from some of the databases, to get these click on the green "Ask a Librarian" widget on the side of your screen and you can ask for the passwords from there.

Should you need any assistance, please contact the library at (254)647-1414 or by email at library@rangercollege.edu. 

 

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