All members of Fortis College are encouraged to suggest additions to the library collections. We value the input of our faculty and are happy to acquire materials they deem important for student learning.
The purpose of copyright is to benefit the public by advancing the progress of science and the useful arts. (U.S. Constitution, Art. 1, Section 8) Copyright law is created by the U.S. Congress (Title 17, U.S. Code) and is balanced by copyright holder rights and user exemptions.
The two-part tutorial below, "Copyright for the Classroom and the Digital World," was created by John Schlipp, Extended Collection Services Librarian at Northern Kentucky University.
A Course Reserves reference section is located behind the LRC circulation desk. Material placed on reserve may be in any form (book, DVD, CD-ROM, etc) This material may be the property of the library or the instructor. This material will be made available to students at the circulation desk upon request. Course Reserves materials may only be used within the LRC.
If you would like to place an item on Course Reserves please include the following information with the item:
All reserves will be returned to the instructor or placed back into circulation at the end of the semester.
The LRC Staff is available to conduct library instruction sessions for students. Sessions can be tailored to specific topics and/or how to conduct research for a specific research project. Information Literacy sample topics include:
These sessions can assist students by:
Please contact us in person or email to schedule a session. With advance notice, we are also available evenings and weekends.
See the LRC staff for the username and password for WIFI access