The Library is working with the Campus Store to offer pickups of books and other circulating materials at the Campus Store's loading dock on the Albany Campus.
Place a hold on the resource from your library account, and you will receive an email with further instructions about the pickup times and location. If you would like assistance with this process, please contact the Reference Desk at (541) 917-4645 or email@example.com.
The LBCC Library provides access to two instructional video databases: Films on Demand and Academic Videos Online. Both are available from the Library's website. Instructors may link to or embed videos from these services without fear of copyright violation. If you are unable to locate a desired video within one of these databases, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. A librarian will get in touch with you to help you determine how we can best serve your instructional needs.
During Fall 2020, we can arrange for faculty to pickup DVDs at the Campus Store's loading dock. Place a hold on the resource in your Library account or contact email@example.com to initiate this. Librarians can also talk to you about relying on fair use to have Media Services upload a portion of the film to Kaltura for your class (or, in rare cases where there's no other option, the entire film).
All of our articles, ebooks, streaming videos, and other databases are available on and off campus. If you are on campus, you will need to log in using your LBCC ID and your year of birth.
Whether you are researching on or off campus, be sure to start your search from links on the Library's Web site to avoid paywalls.
Physical books on course reserve are not circulating at this time. Here are some other options!
There are several ways to find and access a peer-reviewed journal article. One of the easiest ways is to search the Library's Academic Search Premier database. On the results list for your search, look for the Academic Journal icon. Most articles (reviews and letters to the editor are the exceptions) in Academic Journals have to be reviewed by the author/s' peers in the discipline before they are published.
You can make an appointment with a librarian by calling (541) 917-4645 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
However, the easiest way to meet with a librarian is to visit us during drop-in hours! Librarians staff the Reference/Information deskon the Albany campus (that's the desk furthest away from the front door) Monday--Friday 9 am to 5 pm, and Saturday/Sunday 11 am to 4 pm. You will meet a libriarian and get the same service as you would in an appointment. If visiting during the summer or between terms, check our website for hours.
If closer to Lebanon, you can visit our library branch that is located in the Healthcare Occupations Center building (next door to the medical school) Monday--Friday, 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, with appointments unavailable between 12 pm and 1 pm.
We look forward to working with you!
Grant applications will be evaluated by a sub-group of the Textbook Affordability Steering Committee using the following criteria:
All materials checked out fall term (except interlibrary loans) are due December 11, 2020.If you need some more time, you may be able to renew a book or DVD online. And if you have questions or extenuating circumstances, you can get in touch with us at email@example.com.
For items that belong to other libraries (interlibrary loans), due dates (and fines) are set by the lending library. For questions about interlibrary loan, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.