Library Information for Faculty

Library Instruction

CCRI librarians teach classes in library skills and the use of research materials at the instructor's request. Request a session for your class at:

Individual instruction and assistance are also available.

E-classroom Policy

How Tos:

Library Courses

The library offers credit courses in information literacy and research skills. Consider linking your course with a library course. Contact Jim Salisbury for details.


E-Journals of Special Interest:

Off campus? Enter your CCRI user name and password to access:

If you are searching for articles in a specific journal, use:

Interlibrary Loans

View our Interlibrary Loan Policy and links to Request Forms for items not available from the Library Catalog.

Material Recommendation

The CCRI Library encourages faculty to recommend material for the library.

Requests will be forwarded to the Collection Development Coordinator at the appropriate campus:

Recommendations are subject to adequate funding.

Related Link

Information literacy is a set of abilities enabling individuals to recognize when information is needed; as well as to locate, evaluate, and use information effectively.

Collaboration between librarians and instructors can help to increase students' Information Literacy skills. Information Literacy is a process that spans the entire college experience and enhances lifelong learning.

Learn more using our Information Literacy guide.

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Last Updated: 8/2/17