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Course Reserves

CCC Library offers access to many required textbooks, recommended textbooks, workbooks, and other course materials through our Course Reserves collection. This collection is located on the Oregon City Campus, at the Circulation Services desk.

  • Print textbooks: Check if CCC Library has a print copy of your textbook(s) by using the Course Reserves search box below. Come to CCC Library to check out the book for in-library use.
  • Online chapters of textbooks: Request CCC Library email a scanned PDF of a textbook chapter to you by using the "Request one textbook chapter" form below.

Course Reserves search box

 

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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.

Course Reserves - Request one textbook chapter

CCC Library can help you out with your course textbooks. As long as the College is closed, CCC Library is closed and unable to provide access to our print Course Reserves. But! We can provide some Course Reserve material electronically.

How can I get my textbook?

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Associated Student Government (ASG) is unable to run the Lending Library (textbook rentals) or provide calculator rentals.  In light of this, ASG is providing a supplemental grant to help students obtain needed textbooks and supplies.

Students may receive up to $250 towards textbook costs and/or up to $100 towards the purchase of a graphing calculator.  Students will need to be registered for spring term, and registered for a course requiring a graphing calculator (if requested).  Funds are to be either applied at the bookstore or reimbursed after purchase.

Students may apply even if they have received other ASG grant funding this term.

This grant is offered on a first come first served basis, and, due to limits of funding, there may not be a grant for everyone who applies.

The supplemental grant form is available here, and this link will be uploaded to the www.clackamas.edu/coronavirus site.

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Other textbook options are listed below.

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