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Faculty and staff services and resources

This guide gathers together resources to assist faculty in using CCC Library's tools, research tutorials, and services.

Why put items on Course Reserves?

CCC Library's most frequently checked-out resources are Course Reserves material. Providing your textbook or class materials saves students money and helps students who:

  • have delays in their financial aid disbursement or other financial hardship;
  • would like to work on campus, but left the book at home;
  • can't get the book from the bookstore yet; or
  • are thinking about taking the class, and want to see the material to help them decide.

Students are grateful and excited when they discover that a course textbook or workbook is available. Note that instructors need to provide all course reserves items: CCC Library does not order the textbook for you after you fill this form out. This form tells us what item to expect for your course so we can make it immediately available to students after receiving the item from you.

Submit Course Reserves

Find Course Reserves

 

Libraries + Articles - Search for items at CCC Library, Summit Libraries, and ProQuest and Gale databases.

Search for items at CCC Library and Summit Libraries, which can be received in 2-5 days.

Books, eBooks, videos, and other items at CCC Library

Course specific text books and materials that your instructor has put on reserve for your class.

 

Not finding your textbook in Course Reserves? Email derek.cloo@clackamas.edu

CCC faculty members are expected to "place one copy of all required and recommended texts on reserve in the library or the department office, consistent with Clackamas Community College copyright policies" (ISP170P). If your course texts are not on Course Reserve, feel free to ask your instructors to make them available in CCC Library.

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