The Library & Learning Services provide research help, tutoring, and proctoring in one convenient location. Services include personalized research and tutoring support; student-centered study and collaborative learning spaces; and access to course-related books, databases, media, and more. Students can borrow textbooks through the quarterly lending program or on reserve for in-library use. Visit our library website homepage for hours of operation, to search for books and articles, and to schedule a research appointment.
Do your students need help with research papers?
A librarian will work one-on-one through Cranium Cafe to help develop student research skills.
Do you want in-class research instruction?
Email email@example.com to schedule an in class hands-on session.
The library’s online resources, such as the catalog and online databases, can be accessed 24 hours a day via Find Books and Find Articles.
Unfortunately, in person proctoring is suspended at this time. Please contact DRC for those students who need testing accommodations.
Since students are not able to access reserves on site at this time, the Library and Learning Services has expanded our reserve program online.
If you would like to request portions of a text, articles or other library material accessible to students through your Canvas Classroom, please use this link to request materials to be scanned and a link will be sent to you: https://bit.ly/LTCCreserves
E-Reserves are subject to Fair Use and Copyright.
The LIbrary & Learning Services Maintains a collection of reserve materials for students to use on site. If you would like to place your personal copy of a textbook on reserve, please bring a copy to the library to be processed. You can also request that the library purchase certain titles by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the title, author, edition and ISBN.
Lake Tahoe Community College and the Roberta L Mason Library support the rights of content creators and encourages our Faculty, Staff and Students to thoughtfully use, share and reproduce works carefully and thoughtfully according to US copyright Law.
The Fair Use Doctrine allows for the use of some materials in an educational setting without the requirement of copyright permission. The following links are resources for Faculty to determine whether use of materials in the classroom adhere to Copyright laws and Fair use practices.