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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

A guide to support all English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and Program for Intensive English (PIE) students with library resources and services.

ESOL Course Reserves

ESL textbook book cover.ESOL Course Reserves are free, short term loans of textbooks and other course materials used in your ESOL classes. CCC Library has textbooks and workbooks for many of your ESOL classes. We have multiple copies of each textbook and workbook. This collection is located on the Oregon City Campus in the Dye Learning Center, at the Circulation Services desk.

  • Print textbooks can be checked out for 5 hours. These items cannot leave the Dye Learning Center. You are welcome to take them with you to class (since your classes meet in the Dye Learning Center). Please talk to a librarian if your ESOL class does not meet in the Dye Learning Center.
  • 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.

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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.

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Put your course code with a space between the letters and numbers (example: WR 121) in the box above, click "search" to search for your textbook in our Course Reserves collection. Course-specific textbooks and materials that your instructor has added to CCC library's Course Reserves collection 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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