Library Resources for CCCC Faculty
Our Mission Statement:
The Library supports the educational experience by providing current innovations in information retrieval as well as traditional library resources and services. The Library staff offers individual and classroom instruction in the effective use of these resources, and provides access to resources not owned by the Library through interlibrary loan and electronic databases.
Concordia Campus Library
Resources at the Concordia campus are divided into two separate collections--printed materials located in the Concordia Library and audiovisual materials in the Audiovisual Lab across the hall from the library. Materials in both collections can be found through our online catalog. This Library collection incorporates almost 27,000 materials, 25 magazine titles, and five national and local newspapers. The A-V Lab contains audiovisual materials which instructors use to augment classroom instruction. The Lab also provides viewing and listening equipment for in-lab patron use.
The Concordia Campus Library now has a coffee shop “Hava Java” which is open Monday-Thursday from 8 am-8 pm and Fridays from 8 am-4 pm. Drinks such as mochas, lattes, chai tea, coffee, hot chocolate and other specialty drinks are featured. Food items such as muffins, granola bars, and biscotti are available as well for when faculty need a little caffeine and something to eat on the way to class.
The Library hours on all instructional days are 7:45 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. Hours for non-instructional days and Summer Sessions are posted on the Library Webpage under Hours.
Library Resources for Geary County and Online Faculty
In the age of technology, the Library is anywhere that you are! We provide access to our online catalog, a number of databases, library research guides and our Ask-A-Librarian link if you need any assistance with research.
CCCC Online Catalog: All library patrons can access the Library Catalog without logging in; however, to have access to your library account and the library databases you must log-in to the catalog. The library catalog is located on the main library webpage under Library Resources -- Library Catalog and Database Access.
You can access the library catalog from anywhere that you have Internet access.
FACULTY/STAFF -- If you are a current employee of CCCC, your username is your staff/faculty ID number. The first time that you log-in, your password is USERPASS (all caps, all one word). You will then be prompted to change your password and this will become your new password.
Please contact the library staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 800-729-5101 ext. 224 if you have problems accessing your library account.
Databases: The Library provides access to a number of databases; many of which provide full-text articles for your use. All databases are accessed through our online catalog found under Library Catalog and Database Access on the Library Webpage with your username and password. For a current listing of our databases please see our Database List Libguide: http://cloud.libguides.com/content.php?pid=352137&sid=2880970
Library Research Guides: Librarian have developed Libguides for our research guides; please take a look and feel free to link any of our Libguides into your online courses. Here is a listing of the research guides that we have created to date: http://cloud.libguides.com/
Please keep in mind that we are here to help you as well, if we can create a Libguide for your class please let us know! We will create the guide and provide you with a direct link to put into your online course.
Books/AV Materials in our collections: If you find any resources that you would like to borrow from our collections, we are happy to mail them to you for your use or you can stop by the library and check them out. We do have several books in our professional collection that might be of interest to you. Take a look at this libguide for a listing of professional resources for faculty: http://cloud.libguides.com/facultyresources
Note: We are happy to send any materials via the Pony to faculty that teach at the Geary County Campus.
Here is one of the books you will find on the faculty resources guide: Bates, Tony (2003). Effective teaching with technology in higher education: foundations for success. Call # 378.125 B316
Contacting the Library: We are here to help all faculty, staff and students at CCCC. Please feel free to contact us with any questions, suggestions or recommendations.
Phone: 800-729-5101 x224 or 785-243-1435 X224
Frequently Asked Questions: On our Webpage we provide an FAQ section for our library patrons, please take a look at this section if you have any specific questions. If we do not address your specific question in this section, please feel free to contact us.
Note to Faculty: You will notice that our number of print subscriptions has decreased over the years. The reason for this is so that we can provide more online databases for you and your students to utilize from anywhere that you have Internet access.