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Carroll Collected

A digital resource that is home to the scholarly and creative works of the John Carroll community.

Need help finding articles? Librarians work with each department and major on campus. Make an appointment or chat with library staff to get help on your papers or assignments at askthelib.jcu.edu.

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The Learning Commons is a collaborative learning center that offers John Carroll University students free study tables, resume help, wellness and study skill workshops and a variety of other fun and interactive programs! During Covid, all study tables are available online. The calendar is available at the link below: 

Learn more about the Learning Commons

The Center for Digital Media (CDM) is jointly managed by Information Technology Services and Grasselli Library. The goal of the center is to provide faculty and students with the resources they need to create sophisticated presentations, videos, graphics, and other forms of digital media. The CDM is staffed by full-time multimedia & instructional technology specialists, as well as a team of specially-trained student assistants.

The center, located on the main floor of Grasselli Library, provides the John Carroll community with three primary resources: (1) a fully-equipped and supported multimedia lab open to faculty, staff, and students; (2) a production lab with associated services for faculty; and (3) an ongoing technology training and professional development program. The CDM also has a collection of cameras and other equipment that students and faculty can borrow on a short-term basis.

Go to the Center for Digital Media website.

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