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Last Updated: Jul 30, 2020     Views: 33

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the library is not currently offering print course reserves for the Fall 2020 semester. However, library staff is happy to help faculty explore options for providing electronic course reserves within Blackboard. Faculty can see this link for more information.

 

Each campus library has some current textbooks for courses at that campus. These textbooks are identified in the Course Reserves collection. To use a textbook on Course Reserve, you must have a current TCC Student ID. Please be aware that these textbooks must stay in the library, and can only be used for two hours at a time. You must also sign an agreement form, which is good for all campuses.

There may be earlier editions of the current textbooks in the circulating collection. Books from the circulating collection can be checked out to take home for two weeks.

If you already know the title of your book and need to find out if the library has it in its collection, you can search the library's Discovery Catalog on the homepage to find out which campus it is shelved at. If you do not know your textbook's title, you can contact your library by phone below or use the link below.