The Grossmont College Library is here to help you and your students. Our resources and services support teaching, learning, and research.
To put physical materials on reserve:
Please contact Alison Haertjens, Reserves Lead, at Grossmont.LibCirc@gcccd.edu with any questions.
Library Instruction Request Form: Request a 75-min. workshop, taught by a librarian and tailored to your class assignment. Topics include information literacy, database searching, understanding scholarly sources, evaluating web content, and more. Note: During Covid-19 closures, these sessions may take place over Zoom.
Learn about our information literacy modules for Canvas
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Modules or individual pages may be imported into your course and adapted to your needs. Librarian-created screencasts are also available in Canvas Studio for you to embed in your own course.
LUCI: One-hour tutorial for students
"LUCI" is an introductory, standalone, one-shot, one-hour library tutorial that includes a comprehensive quiz.
Please view the Library Instruction page to learn more about our offerings.
Contact Felicia Kalker with any questions.
Faculty and staff must fill out the Library Request Form to reserve library materials. Pick-ups are handled at the Library front desk during library open hours or by appointment.
Please view the Circulation Services page for more information about borrowing physical materials.
Please contact Lisa Brlas, Circulation Lead, at Grossmont.Libcirc@gcccd.edu with any questions.
Embed or link our streaming films directly into your Canvas course:
Recommend media to support your curriculum, Jessica Owens
Help guide for embedding library media in Canvas.
Low Textbook Cost
Faculty and Teaching Assistants can scan tests on a Datalink 1200 behind the Circulation Desk on the first floor of the library
The library contacts by subjects are your go to librarians, connecting you to library services and collections. Contact them to recommend items for library purchase and for program review.
Allied Health & Nursing
Career Technical Education/Workforce Development
Arts, Languages, and Communication
English & Social/Behavioral Sciences
Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Exercise Science and Wellness
For general questions and research help
For course reserves, library accounts, and renewals
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