There is Drive-In Wifi all across Washington State. Check for a map of locations.
*subject to sudden change
During Phases 2, the physical library remains closed for browsing the collection and as a study space. Virtual services are available.
The computer lab and classroom 206 may still be accessed.
Book / DVD check-out information coming soon.
Books/DVDs/magazines may be returned to book drops at the north and south entrances of the SFCC Library (Building 2). No appointment needed.
Availability varies. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. (updated 9.18.20)
The SFCC librarians are available for research help.
Contact them via email, chat or Zoom.
Book requests are suspended until further notice.
Article requests will be processed as soon as possible depending on staff availability. Expect delays in fulfillment due to lending library closures.
Monday - Thursday 8a-2p
SCC/SFCC students can access the Spokane Public Library's digital resources. If you and your family are spending extended time at home, you may want to take advantage of SPL's extensive collection of popular ebooks, audiobooks, streaming films & television shows, online magazines, and even comics.
Check Our Accessing Spokane Public Library Resource page or contact the SFCC Reference Desk if you have questions about how to get your automatically approved library barcode.
Expert librarians are standing by to assist you. Contact us any time.
SFCC librarians will chat with you online. (During off-hours, you may be chatting with a librarian from another college.)
Email a librarian to schedule a Zoom video consultation appointment.
Library guides provide extra instructional support by subject area and/or class.
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 help to help!
Fair Use & Teaching Remotely During Covid-19
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