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Spring Term Hours

Monday-Thursday 8:30 am - 8:30 pm
Friday

9:00am-6:00pm

 Saturday,Sunday

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    Contact Us

    Academic Resource Center             

     Library Services          

    Baker College of Port Huron          

    3403 Lapeer Road                  

    Port Huron, MI 48060

    (810) 989-2122

    (810) 985-6920 (fax)

     library-ph@baker.edu

     

    Ellen Horton

    Academic Resource Coordinator - Library Services

    ellen.horton@baker.edu

     

    E-readers Available!

     

    Check out a NOOK from the Academic Resource Center! 

    Visit the Nook page for a whole list of the 150 available titles.

     

     

     

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    Welcome to the Academic Resource Center

    The Academic Resource Center is composed of Library Services, Learning Support Services and Advising Services.  Receive research assistance, tutoring, placement and waiver testing,  and advising for your classes. There are computers stations and printers available to students. Make use of our space for both individual study and as a collaborative workspace .

    Let the Academic Resource Center help you stay on track with your program and your classes!

     

    New Books at Port Huron

    Check out these new print books at the Port Huron Library!

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    The Sounding of the Whale - D. Graham Burnett  Icon
    ISBN: 9780226081304
    Publication Date: 2012-01-31
    D. Graham Burnett tells the fascinating story of the transformation of cetaceans from grotesque monsters, useful only as wallowing kegs of fat and fertilizer, to playful friends of humanity, bellwethers of environmental devastation, and, finally, totems of the counterculture in the Age of Aquarius.

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    Detroit City Is the Place to Be - Mark Binelli
    ISBN: 9780805092295
    Publication Date: 2012-11-13
    Beyond the usual portrait of crime, poverty, and ruin, we glimpse a longshot future Detroit that is smaller, less segregated, greener, economically diverse, and better functioning—what could be the boldest reimagining of a post-industrial city in our new century. Detroit City Is the Place to Be is one of Publishers Weekly's Top 10 Best Books of 2012

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    Inside Rehab - Anne M. Fletcher
    ISBN: 9780670025220
    Publication Date: 2013-02-07
    An eye-opening tour of the addiction treatment industry explores the gap between what should happen inside drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers and what actually does, written by a bestselling health and medical author.

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    The Whole Pet Diet - Andi Brown; Richard Pitcairn (Foreword by)
    ISBN: 9781587612718
    Publication Date: 2006-09-01
    One in four pets is obese, and every year owners spends thousands of dollars treating allergies, joint problems, digestive disorders, and serious diseases that could improve dramatically with a nutritious diet. Yet despite promises of complete and balanced meals, most commercial pet foods contain chemical preservatives, indigestible fillers, and dangerous by-products. If your pets are overweight, ailing, or aging_Äîor you just want them to be as healthy as possible_ÄîTHE WHOLE PET DIET offers a straightforward plan to achieve lifelong health and well-being.

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    The Compassionate Carnivore - Catherine Friend
    ISBN: 9780738213095
    Publication Date: 2009-04-28
    Catherine Friend tackles the carnivore’s dilemma, exploring the contradictions, nuances, questions, and bewildering choices facing today’s more conscious meat-eaters.The Compassionate Carnivoreis “perfect for people who would like to eat meat but have moral, ethical, or health concerns about doing so” (Marion Nestle,What to Eat). Based on her own personal struggle, Friend’s original, witty take on the meat and livestock debates shows consumers how they can be healthy and humane carnivores, too.

     

    Library Mission Statement

    The mission of the Baker College Libraries is to fully support the educational endeavors of our students, faculty, and staff by

     

    • providing services and instructions,
    • collecting and organizing curriculum focused resources, and
    • providing access to new information products and services,

    thereby making the library a destination conducive to effective learning and academic success.

    Featured Resource

    Culinary Arts

    Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project

     Put together by the Michigan State University Library, this resource contains digitized historic cookbooks dating from the Late 18th century to the early 20th century.  The collection contains 76 cook books as well as other culinary history resources.

    http://digital.lib.msu.edu/projects/cookbooks/

     

     

    Academic Advising

    Have questions about classes or your program?

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