The Cal Maritime Library is excited to announce that online access to The New York Times is now available to the Cal Maritime community. The Academic Pass provides each student, faculty and staff an online subscription to the nytimes.com site (no more paywalls!). This service gives students, faculty and staff full access to NYTimes.com and NYTimes mobile apps, as well as their international editions. …
Do you have favorite photographs from Cruise, International Experience, or Campus Life? Submit your photos for Cal Maritime’s 4th Annual Photo Contest! $1,125 in total prize money is available, and some of it could be yours. The deadline is fast approaching on November 4th, 2015, so visit csum.edu/photocontest for the entry details.
Have you wondered about Arduino and want to learn more? Wonder no more! Come to the “Learn Arduino Programming” workshop hosted by the Cal Maritime Library & American Society of Mechanical Engineers-Student Chapter. Dr. Holden will teach you how to program Arduino microcontrollers in a variety of ways, including: Making a blinky light Position a Servo Play a …
We know how stressful studying for finals can be, which is why we’re delighted to provide puzzles, LEGOs, and coloring books for that much-needed study break! Brought to you by the library that loves you.
April is National Poetry Month — help us celebrate by creating your very own magnetic poetry poem! Available for the entire month of April.
Join us for the last Maker Day of the year on Friday March 25th from 1100 – 1330 for Easter Egg decorating on the Library Lawn.
You have the power – to make robots using the (easy) Arduino microcontroller! Join us as we welcome guest maker Dr. Mike Holden, and learn how easy it is to program Arduinos to do just about anything. Friday March 11, from 1230 – 1500 in the Library Green Room.
Celebrate everyone’s favorite villain by checking out your favorite Alan Rickman movie — choose from Galaxy Quest, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Die Hard, Harry Potter, and more!