THIS LIBGUIDE IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE FACULTY WITH QUICK ACCESS TO LIBRARY SERVICES.
WELCOME FACULTY !
Off Campus Access
Databases can be accessed off campus by all SCCC faculty, students, and staff. Off campus access requires your MYSCCC username and password.
Contact the Reference desk at 451-4830 if you need assistance.
Databases at SCCC
Media for the Classroom
The media collection contains a wide variety of materials on all major subjects in support of our programs. Allow 24 hours for booking equipment and materials.
Contact: Rosalie Muccio at 451 4188 or Larry Perlman at 451-4189
Resources for Students
The library provides several "group study rooms" located throughout the building. Students must obtain a key at the Circulation desk to use the rooms.
Room 104 houses several work areas, whiteboards, and an LCD workstation where faculty and students may work together. Room 10 provides computer workstations for faculty and for faculty/student collaboration.
ONLINE SERVICES FOR STUDENTS:
To schedule a library instruction session for:
College Seminars. A library session is a required component of the College Seminar (COL101 & COL105, including sections reserved by major). Library faculty introduce students to basic library research through hands-on activities.
- Course-specific workshops. Library faculty teach students techniques for subject-specific research and tailor the library workshop to your specific assignment.
Contact: Karen DuBicki at 451-4181 or email@example.com
Reserve Course Materials
Faculty are encouraged to place course materials on reserve for their classes. Click the link below for a reserve request form, FAQs, and contact information.
Journal Finder / Serials Solutions
If you are looking for a specific journal, use our journal finder to see if the journal is available in one of our print or electronic collections.
Interlibrary Loan / ILLIAD
Can't find the article or book in any of the Library's resources? We can get the item for you! Click on the link to complete a request form. First time users must create an account.
Visit the Libguides page for additional faculty guides, discipline-specific research guides for use with students, and customized guides for specific courses.
Use our Ask-a-Librarian service to receive assistance via email. We'll get back to you as soon as possible.