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CCC Library supports students, faculty, staff, and community members by teaching users how to find and evaluate information, providing access to millions of print and online resources, assisting with research, and offering space to learn.

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What's new at the library!

Library Break Room for Finals Week

Did you know that giving your brain some away time from cramming can help you remember more? Come by the library in Dye Learning Center to rest your brain between finals! 

We will have games, puzzles, coloring, snacks, and a raffle! Come check out a fun book to read over break!

Library Break Room hours are 12/5-12/9, Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm and Friday 9am-12pm. Hope to see you there!

Email reference@clackamas.edu with questions.

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Banned Books @ CCC Library

CCC Library is celebrating Banned Books Week for the entire Fall Term! Stop by the library to check out our Banned Books display and to learn more about banned and challenged books. Not planning on visiting campus this term? Check out our Banned Books @ CCC Library guide complete with information on Banned Books Week and links to electronic resources.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources you can trust

Find accurate, up-to-date information from credible sources.

Image source: Oregon Health Authority

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Northstar Digital Literacy

Improve your basic digital literacy skills with Northstar Digital Literacy (Northstar). Test your computer skills and learn new skills on your own, at your own pace.

Northstar is free and anyone can use this tool - students, staff, and community members!

Learn about using email and Microsoft Word, searching for jobs, and more.

No late fees!

CCC Library does not have late fees! For more information on fees, lost items, and checkout policies visit our Checkout and Return page.

If you have questions about your account or items you have checked out, email us at circ@clackamas.edu.

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Racial equity & anti-racism resources

CCC Library supports our collective liberation. We offer a reading list of print books and eBooks to help you educate yourself about racial equity and anti-racism concepts, issues, and strategies. This reading list is designed to meet a broad variety of learners' needs and experiences.

Book covers of How to be an anti-racist, White fragility, and So you want to talk about race

Electronic Resources at CCC

CCC Library has electronic resources including e-books, streaming video, articles, and the news!

Visit our electronic resources guide for more information.

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Free Access to the New York Times

Sign up for a FREE New York Times account through CCC Library and get your daily news fix! Your account will work for NYTimes.com and NYT mobile apps from any location on any web-enabled device. Learn how.

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Free college credit - LIB101

Learn how to do academic research before you have a paper or presentation due. LIB101 helps you succeed in all college classes that require you to use the library, find credible information, and cite sources.

  • Free credit: no tuition, no fees, no textbook!
  • Online: learn wherever, whenever.
  • Supportive: your instructor is a CCC librarian and available for you.

LIB101 is a free, online, library research college class

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