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Services for Instructors

Classroom Instruction 

Invite a librarian into your classroom!* We'll cover information literacy topics such as the research process, how to evaluate information, or how to find books and articles. Customized sessions can be arranged.


*Instructors are required to be in attendance

Make-Up and Accommodation Testing

Make-up exam and accommodation testing is available on the CentreTech and Lowry campuses.  More information on locations and hours.

Submit a test to be proctored at CentreTech.

Submit a test to be proctored at Lowry

Tour the Library 

Contact us if you would like to bring your class in and tour the library. We'll give you a walk-through of our physical resources and services.

Course Reserves

Instructors or their departments can provide materials specific to your courses to be placed on reserve for student in-library use. Feel free to contact us regarding this service. Items currently on reserve.

Instructional DVD's

The Library has a video collection to use in your classes! DVD's circulate for 3 weeks at a time. Check out our DVD Faculty Reserve List here. To reserve a DVD ahead of time, contact us. 

Purchase Recommendations

Know of an item the Library should buy? Although we have a limited budget, we value your input for our purchases. Please fill out our Purchase Request Form so we can review your request. 

Request an Article or Resource

You can receive items not held at the CCA Library by using our simple Article Request and Interlibrary Loan (Books) Request forms. Articles can be received via email in approximately 3 to 7 days. Physical items usually take 7 to 10 days. 

One-on-One Consultations

We are happy to meet with you individually to discuss how the library can support your class or your research interests. Request an appointment.

Copyright Policy

Community College of Aurora expects all students and employees to comply with applicable federal, state, and local laws governing copyrighted materials which grant authors, publishers, and creators control over the copying, distribution, transmission and performance of their original works. Read the policy in its entirety. You can also view our copyright guide for more information about using print and video resources in your classes as well as other common scenarios.

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