How do I access library books?
On the search results list, if the result says ...
- "available in Library shelves" - it is a print book. Use the call number to locate it on the shelf.
- "available in Online" - it is an e-Book. Follow the link and instructions to read it on your computer/device.
Library DG Video
DG - Agnew/Kerzel
Welcome to new students from your friendly LBCC Library Staff
Destination Graduation Readings
Students: Please make sure to read the following article and complete the accompanying quiz in Moodle. This article requires Adobe Reader, so please ask for help from the LBCC Student Help Desk or the Library's Reference Desk if you are experiencing difficulty opening the article.
Understanding Oppression by Letitia Nieto, from ColorsNW magazine, 2006.
Chart to the accompany the article.
How do I access online articles?
Look for the following icons:
HTML full text means that the text of the article is available online.
pdf means that the article is available in the exact format in which it was printed.