Library FAQ

The CCCOnline Library is happy to assist you!

Have a question? Ask us or browse frequently asked (and answered!) student questions below.

Want to contact the librarian instead? Email the librarian at cccolibrarian@ccconline.org! You’ll receive a response within the next business day, but there may be delays over weekends and holidays.

 

Library FAQs

The CCCOnline Library is a virtual library, accessible through your D2L course sites. There is no library to visit, however, the CCCOnline Librarian, Brittany Dudek, is happy to “meet” with you virtually via email or phone for research assistance.
 You also have access to your home college library, which is located at the campus of your home college. This is a good option if you need in-person research help, need to use a computer/internet, or you need physical books or materials.


The CCCOnline Library does not currently have any physical or ebooks available for checkout. We are exploring our ebook options, but we encourage you to utilize your home college library or local public library to access books.

The CCCOnline Library is 100% virtual, and is open 24/7. The librarian is available Monday-Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. The librarian will respond to your emails within 24 hours (excluding weekends).


The CCCOnline Library is 100% virtual, and is open 24/7. The librarian is available Monday-Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. The librarian will respond to your emails within 24 hours (excluding weekends).

Yes! Brittany Dudek is our Instructional Online Librarian. She is happy to help you over the phone (720-858-2355) or via email (cccolibrarian@ccconline.org). Brittany can also arrange a virtual session, where you can share screens. Brittany is available Monday-Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. The librarian will respond to your emails within 24 hours (excluding weekends).

The best way to contact the CCCOnline Library is via email (cccolibrarian@ccconline.org) or phone (720-858-2355). The librarian will get back to you within 24 hours, excluding weekends.


We strongly encourage you to take advantage of your home college library, which is located at the campus of your home college. This is a good option if you need in-person research help, need to use a computer/internet, or you need physical books or materials. Your home college library will often have access to different resources than the CCCOnline Library, and can also assist with borrowing from other colleges and universities.

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