Reference librarians provide research assistance and help people with college processes, technology, and answers to all questions. Learn more and make an appointment.
Librarians collaborate with faculty to design research assignments and teach information literacy outcomes. Contact: Bryan Miyagishima
Librarians can help you find and use Open Educational Resources (OER) and library e-resources (including ebooks and streaming videos). Grants are available to support faculty in creating OER and switching from commercial to free materials. Librarians can also provide information about copyright and fair use.
The Student Help Desk assists students with software, library hardware, and other technology-related problems/questions.
The Library has a variety of special collections, including Spanish-language materials, Literacy Resources & Readers Collection, and technology available for checkout. You can search for specific items in the Library through the Ebsco Discovery Service (includes physical items and most digital collections) or the Library Catalog (includes physical items and some ebooks).
Librarians select materials in accordance with our materials selection policy. The LBCC Library also accepts requests for purchase of new library materials that are in support of the curriculum content and/or instructional needs of employees and students. Submit a request. For questions about acquiring materials, email Richenda Hawkins or your subject librarian.
The Library offers a variety of educational and cultural events. Read our Library Programs Policy
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