The College of the Redwoods Library supports the college commitment ot enhancing learning opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and the community it serves. To this end, the library's mission is to:
Check the CR library's main webpage for current library hours.
REFERENCE and RESEARCH HELP:
Librarians are available by phone, chat, or email.
Call 707-476-4260, or use the "Chat with a Librarian" icon on most library webpages.
You can also submit research questions by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have questions about checkouts, reserve materials, or your library account?
Call the Circulation Desk at 707-476-4260 during our open hours or email us at email@example.com.
RETURNING LIBRARY BOOKS AND EQUIPMENT
Library books and DVDs may be returned in the book drop to the right of the front doors at any time. Equipment checked out from the library must be returned in person.
Many classes have assignments that require students to locate reliable sources of information. Students often assume this information will be easy to locate on the web. If that assumption proves incorrect, librarians and library staff are ready to help you find what you need to meet the requirements of the assignment, whether in the library or on the internet. Below is some data showing the extent of library support we provide to students:
The CR Library is located on the Eureka campus, and is open Monday through Friday throughout most of the year. CR students, staff, faculty, and District residents with legal picture identification may borrow materials to take home or may use materials in the library.
Collections and Borrowing: In addition to the general collection, the CR library includes collections of reserve materials, eBooks, videos, fiction, and a juvenile collection. Most materials can be checked out for use at home. See tabs above for more information about loan periods and policies.
Reference Services: Library faculty provide research advice and assistance, as well as instruction in the use of library collections and resources and the use of the library's online materials. Librarians also provide instruction and research workshops to classes at the request of faculty.
Online Library Services and Resources: Online databases provide access to full-text articles, e-books, streaming media, and a wide variety of research information 24/7, and can be accessed through the library website. On-campus, these resources are available to any library user. Off-campus access is limited to current CR students and staff, and requires a password to access. Reference services are also available from off-campus through the Chat link on the library website, or through submission of the "Ask-a-Librarian" web form for email.
Library Computers and Copiers: The Eureka library has over 100 computer stations, all of which have internet access and a full suite of MS Office applications. Scanners are available at many workstations. Copiers are available for public use. Printing is available in both color and black-and-white. For more information, please use the tabs at the top left of this page.