Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (closed for lunch, 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.)
Walk in's welcome. Appointments recommended from the 3rd week to the 9th week of term--we don't want to accidently miss you.
Campus is CLOSED Friday May 21, 2021 for Campus Inservice
Campus is CLOSED Monday May 31, 2021 for Memorial Day
Interior library amenities are not available at any campus locations. Lobby access is available at the Redwood (Grants Pass) and Riverside (Medford) Libraries for Reserve Room items or general collection requests.
All current RCC students, faculty, and staff are welcome to open a library account with their RCC ID cards.
RCC Libraries and Jackson County Library Services share physical collections. Materials can be checked out from JCLS branches with an RCC library card, and patrons who reside in Jackson County may borrow RCC materials using their JCLS card. Electronic subscriptions (eBooks, research databases) are not shared between systems.
Borrowers are responsible for any materials checked out under their account.
Most materials may be checked out for a three-week period. Items may be renewed twice (in person, by phone, or online), unless they have been requested by another patron. Patrons may request that library materials be held for them through the online catalog or by calling the library. Holds are limited to 25 at one time. Items will be held for one week, after which they will be returned to the collection.
All three campus libraries have current textbooks and other required items held on reserve. Check-out periods vary, depending on demand. The libraries also have electronics on reserve, including laptops, hard drives, headphones, and webcams. Graphing calculators can be rented for the term for a small fee.
The library has laptops available for check-out.
Please see the Library Policies page for additional information.
LIB 101 - Introduction to Information Literacy
Covers basic information literacy skills and concepts for personal growth and life-long learning. Topics include barriers to effective research, identifying appropriate sources of information for a given task, evaluating information for a given purpose, recognizing misinformation, and explaining why a particular piece of misinformation is misinformation. Students will be introduced to a variety of public and subscription services. Given the online nature of this course, research resources and communication with the instructor will take place through the Internet.
LIB 127 - Introduction to Academic Research
Covers information literacy skills and concepts related to academic research and writing. Topics include task definition and identifying options, selecting sources and refining the search process, and using information ethically. Students will also be introduced to a variety of public and subscription services. Given the online nature of this course, research resources and communication with the instructor will take place through the Internet.
Redwood Library Staff
Riverside Library Staff
Table Rock Library Staff