Jefferson College Library provides a variety of services, materials, and spaces for use by students, faculty, staff, and the community. This page highlights some of the offerings for our community. If you don't see what you are looking for, please ask!
The Jefferson College Library lends many different types of tangible materials to students, faculty, and staff. Following is a list of the location of different collections within the main campus library. We have over 60,000 books, popular magazines and newspapers, thousand of archival documents about Jefferson County, hundreds of DVDs and CDs, devices, and more! Plus, we have streaming videos, eBooks, and databases with access to thousands of newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals.
The Call Number Video is intended to train student workers in how to read a library of congress call number. It will explain what a call number is, how to read each line of a call number, and how books are arranged on the shelf.
The Jefferson College Library has a variety of study spaces and meeting rooms for use by students, faculty, staff, and community members. Following is an explanation of each space as well as applicable policies.
Students, faculty, staff, and community members can reserve library spaces using the LibCal website online or at one of the iPad stations placed around the library. The LibCal system can be accessed here.
Silent Study Rooms
Rooms: 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225
Located on the second floor, these rooms are intended for individual, silent study. Each room contains a table and chairs as well as electrical outlets.
Group Study & Meeting Rooms
Rooms: 114, 132, 134
Located on the first floor of the library, these spaces are meant for large group projects or meetings. These rooms may include whiteboards and/or tables, SMART Board with SMART Ink, Screen Capture, Screen Share and Web Browser, and wireless keyboard, mouse and portable whiteboard which can be checked out at Circulation Desk.
Group Study and Meeting Rooms
Content Creation Lab
Online Resources, like article databases & eBooks, are available for use on and off-campus. See library staff for assistance or go to Jefferson College Library's homepage for links to these resources.
Students, faculty, staff, and community members are welcome to use the computers in the library. A few important points to remember regarding computer use include:
In order to check out materials at the Jefferson College Library, patrons must show a valid Jefferson College student or faculty/staff ID card. Patrons may obtain one free ID when they register as a student at Jefferson College. Should they lose their ID card, they must pay for a replacement. To obtain or replace a student ID card: