If you wish to bring your class in for study and research, please let us know at least 24 hours prior to the class. You may call the front desk at x68812.
The ECTC Library provides in-person and online information literacy instructional sessions. These sessions cover topics such as: basic academic research, website evaluation, subject-specific resources, academic databases and navigation of electronic resources, and much more. Library instruction is available for all disciplines and all ECTC campuses. Please submit requests at least one week prior to class. Requests are first-come, first served and based on availability. To request a library instructional session, please use the
Library Instruction Request Form or contact Katie Meyer, 270-706-8443, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The library subscribes to a number of electronic databases, including EBSCO eBooks, NewsBank, EBSCOhost, Gale, ProQuest, Films on Demand, CQ Researcher, Oxford Reference Online, and Credo Reference. In addition, we offer limited access to the JSTOR collections.
You may access these databases from any campus computer. The database links are provided on the library home page. You may also access them off-campus through the proxy server. For more information on using the proxy server, please read these instructions.
If you have any problems accessing the databases please contact Laurie MacKellar via email at email@example.com.
Please submit lists of needed materials to your division chairs. Please provide as much information as possible, including title, author, publication information and ISBN number. You may also submit catalogs with pages and items marked.
Students, employees and community patrons will be asked for a driver’s license or state-issued ID card AND their student/employee ID number when they sign up for a library card.
The library has two photocopiers. One is located near the circulation desk; the other is located along the wall near the public computers. You may make copies and scan documents after you have entered your KCTCS user ID and password. Please do not hesitate to ask for assistance.
In an effort to cut down on the amount of paper used, the public computers are set to print documents on both sides of a page. If you should require an exception to this rule, please contact Ann Thompson at 6844 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are preparing a reading list for your students, please verify that we have the required materials. We can order materials that we do not presently have. However, this takes some time, so please plan in advance. In addition, please ask your students to limit themselves to one item from the reading list.
This page is maintained by Laurie MacKellar