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Camden County College's Information Literacy Sessions focus on research skills that compliment a professor's literacy curriculum and support a student's academic outcome by providing them with the latest research and information evaluation skills. During these sessions, we demonstrate how the tools, materials, and services offered by the library can improve their schoolwork.
Your session will be a collaborative effort between you and an Information Literacy Librarian. We can customize the session to the specific needs of your class. Our experience is that the sessions are most effective when tied to your papers and assignment(s).
To reserve your Information Literacy/Library Instruction Session, contact Lori Lenox, Librarian - Information Literacy at (856) 227-7200 ext. 4402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to see a list of textbooks and reserved materials.
Faculty may place complete textbooks, books, workbooks, plays, DVDs, or CDs on reserve.
Bring course reserve materials to the library 1 week in advance of the date they are needed by students. These items must be picked up at the library at the end of each semester.
Processing reserve materials is a priority for Camden County College Library staff, and faculty can expect that the reserve material will be accessible to their students within 2 to 3 days of its arrival at the Library.
Contact the Camden County College Library - Blackwood at (856) 227-7200 ext. 4407.
Camden faculty will need to follow the Reserve Guidelines for the Paul Robeson Library. Contact our Paul Robeson Library Liaison for Camden County College at 856-225-2849.
Open Educational Resources (OER)
Click on the OER logo below to access Camden County College Library's guide to OER materials. This guide is intended as an introduction.
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