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.
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.
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.
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.
Every year, the IRS partners with tax software companies so that people who meet certain requirements can file their taxes for free online. Each free file partner chooses their own eligibility requirements, but if you made less than $72,000 in 2020 you should be able to file for free. Check out the IRS Free File Online Options webpage for free file offers and an FAQ.
CCC Celebrates Open Ed Week 2021
Every year students, faculty, colleges and universities across Oregon celebrate Open Education Week, a global event which is a chance to discuss, plan, share, and learn about openly licensed education. We invite you to join in the festivities! If you are interested in moving your materials from traditional for-cost textbooks to Open Educational Resources (OER), or exploring Open Educational Practices (OEP), this is a great time to dip your toe.
Textbook Affordability Workshop, Wednesday, March 3rd 3pm-4pm
In this workshop, CCC librarian Kerry Leek will talk through Textbook Affordability options, basic definitions, OER, Low Cost Texts (LCT), and Creative Commons copyright licensing. We will also discuss supports available to you at CCC and statewide for shifting your class materials. There will be time to ask questions, explore resources, and develop a plan of action. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and Kerry will send you an Outlook invitation.