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- 3M Cloud EBooks - Download fiction & nonfiction ebooks to read for two weeks. Supports PCs, Macs (coming soon), Nooks, Android & iOS Apps. Use your library card & Pin.
- Freading E-Books - Use your NWC login or other Wyoming library card and PIN.
- OneClick Digital Audiobooks - download free audiobooks using your NWC or Wyoming library card and PIN. Great for those road trips!
The soul of music slumbers in the shell Till waked and kindled by the master’s spell... - Samuel Rogers (1763-1855)
Did you know, out of over 11,000 community colleges in the Nation, only 25 of them are musically accredited and Northwest College is one of those twenty five? Our music program is very high quality and the students know they can transfer to four year Universities with a high degree of learning. To accompany our advanced Music department, the Hinckley Library also has a wide variety of musical subjects. From printed music, scores, and CD’s to many histories, theories, and biographies. Come over and check out all we have to offer!
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- 2010 U.S. Census Data Products release dates - A list of 2010 census products and when they are available. To search & compile the 2010 data visit American FactFinder
- NWC Accreditation Self-Study Report & other self-study information - A paper copy of the report is available at the library for in-library use.
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|The purpose of Wyoming Places is to give the user information about the origin of the name of a place, a brief history of that place and stories about it. Wyoming Places is an ongoing project to create an online resource about the place names of Wyoming. It began as an idea of the reference librarians at Wyoming State Library who received many questions about the origin of Wyoming place names. Librarians from the University of Wyoming have assisted and we have used resources from collections throughout Wyoming and the rest of the U.S.|
"Books, like proverbs, receive their chief value from the stamp and esteem of ages through which they have passed." Sir William Temple(1628-1699)