There are a couple of ways to search for magazine, journal, and newspaper articles in our new system.
Our old website had separate links to Newspaper resources and Encyclopedias on the front page.
These types of resources are now listed on the A-Z database list by type. Select the type you would like through the dropdown menu.
Other types include eBooks, Magazines, Images and Streaming videos.
CCC students, faculty, staff, and community borrowers in need of books, articles, or other materials not available at CCC Library or through Summit Libraries can request those items from another library that participates in the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) program. Loan periods may be shorter than for our own materials, and renewals may or may not be possible. ILL is a free service.
All article requests should be submitted through ILL.
To request an article, first double-check that the article is not available from another database. The CCC Library Catalog is a good place to check!
Once you have determined it is not available at CCC, please fill out our Interlibrary Loan form (below) or contact Derek Cloo at 503-594-3494 or email@example.com. Articles will be emailed to you in 1-4 days. Include the following information:
To request a book, first double-check that the book is not available from a Summit library (use the search box on this page). If it is not (or if you are a community borrower), please contact Derek Cloo at 503-594-3494 or firstname.lastname@example.org. ILL books arrive in 7-10 business days. Include the book title, author, publication date, and ISBN (if possible).
You may also stop by the library to fill out a paper request form.
Our Using CCC Library guide has information on:
Please let us know what you are looking for! Contacting us won't just help you get what you need, it will also help us understand how to better serve you.
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