SFCC Building 2
Monday - Friday 7:15a-2:30p
Circulation Desk: 509-533-3805 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Reference Librarians: 509-533-3834 / email@example.com
Research Help via Zoom:
To make an appointment email RefDesk@sfcc.spokane.edu
Currently enrolled SFCC students (with library accounts in good standing) may check out technology from the library.
SFCC student ID with current quarter sticker is required for check-out. IDs and stickers available at the Copy Shop (basement of the library).
Student will need to fill out a Library Equipment Agreement Form (available below and at the circulation desk). Students under the age of 18 must have their guardian sign the form.
All library technology must be returned to the circulation staff.
First Floor: individuals may browse the shelves and check-out.
Popular first floor collections include:
Second Floor: individuals must request the item at the circulation or reference desk or through the online catalog.
Popular second floor collections:
Textbooks and Course Reserves may not be requested. See below for more information.
Books/ DVDs/ CDs may be returned to book drops at the north and south entrances of the SFCC Library (Building 2).
The library has many textbooks (not all) and other course materials available for students to use.
Most course reserve items may only be checked out for 2 hour in-library use only.
Please contact the library staff for more information.
Circulation Staff: 509-533-3805 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Reference Librarian: 509-533-3834 / email@example.com
Interlibrary loan is when you ask the librarians to see if an item (ex. book or article) is available from another library. This is a free services for SFCC students, staff and faculty.
Please note that interlibrary loan requests take time, especially if an item is being mailed. Do not expect to make a request and have the item show up that day or even that week. The more time you allow for interlibrary loan, the better.
Due to Covid and staffing shortages, expect delays.
Librarians are available via email, chat or Zoom.
You can access articles, ebooks, streaming videos, and more.
To access library databases use your Bigfoot login.
Library guides provide extra instructional support by subject area and/or class.
There are tables and other seating areas available for students to use on the first floor of the library.
The second floor of the library remains closed.
Masks are required indoors in all SFCC building. Masks must fit securely and cover your mouth and nose.
Cleaning supplies and hand sanitizer are provided to wipe down tables before and after use.
The library only has 3 study rooms available on the first floor.
Study rooms are prioritized for students needing a quiet space for video and/or audio web conferencing (ex. Zoom meetings, online proctored tests requiring recordings).
Study rooms may be used up to two hours at a time.
Study room reservations are available one week advance.
While study room reservations aren't required, students with reservations have priority.
To access a study room, please go to the circulation or reference desk.
Librarians are happy to help faculty create or enhance research content in your course.
Check out the library guide for faculty featuring all our resources to support online instruction.
Example services & resources:
Let us know if you are interested in any of these options or would like to discuss alternatives.
We've got lots of techie tools we can use to support you and students remotely.
If you are not sure who to contact, please refer to our list of librarians by subject area to determine the best person to email. All librarians are happy to help!
If you need to make material quickly available to students follow these guidelines to reduce copyright risk.
"While legal obligations do not automatically dissolve in the face of a public health crisis, U.S. copyright law is, thankfully, well equipped to provide the flexibility necessary for the vast majority of remote learning needed at this time...It is evident that making materials available and accessible to students in this time of crisis will almost always be a fair use." -Public Statement of Library Copyright Specialists: Fair Use & Emergency Remote Teaching and Research\
This statement is meant to provide further clarity on how copyright law applies to remote teaching in the wake of the Covid outbreak. https://tinyurl.com/tvnty3a