Mission College Library provides academic support services for faculty in all programs. Stop by the Library or make an appointment for a personal orientation to our services. Reviewing course needs with the librarians will ensure that we have all the materials students need to successfully complete your course.
Includes information on borrowing material, instructor reserves, textbook reserves, electronic resources, and Library services.
The easiest way to access research assistance, subject guides, and useful resources both on- and off-campus.
E-books may be accessed through the Library’s Online Catalog
or from the Electronic Books & Films
database subject page. For information regarding accessing, downloading, printing, and emailing e-books, refer to the E-Books
The Library provides online access to films. These films may be accessed through the Library’s Online Catalog
or from the Films on Demand
database, which is available from the Library’s Database page and the Electronic Books & Films
subject page. For instructions on how to access and search for films, and embed films in ANGEL, refer to the Films on Demand
Faculty are encouraged to use articles from the subscription databases as course material. However, instead of copying articles or linking directly to them, we recommend that you provide your students with the instructions on how to find the article. For a template that you can use to provide instructions for your students, refer to the Database Search Instructions
For information about NoodleTools, refer to the NoodleTools Faculty Handout
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Faculty Access to Book Reviews
College employees can access a variety of data after logging into the district website. (Login Instructions)
Find online training opportunities and other resources related to staff development.
Recommend a Purchase
The Library welcomes suggestions of materials to be considered for our collection. Instructors are encouraged to participate in the development of the collections in their respective subject areas;
recommendations from students, staff, and community users are also encouraged. Final decisions on materials will be made according to the Library's collection development policy
To recommend books and other materials please contact the librarian specializing in the appropriate subject matter:
The Library staff continually strives to improve the services offered. Please feel free to provide feedback to us at any time by emailing staff,
email@example.com or stopping by the library in person.
Revised April 30, 2013.