We are open to the college and the public.
Spring Term Hours
Monday- Thursday 8:00-5:00
Tara is available to support you and your students in person and remotely. Feel free to email her, drop into her office hours, or set up a Zoom meeting.
Head of Library and Information Services
Zoom Meeting Code: 297-648-5584
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 - 11:00 AM
Email to set up an appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tara is available to provide library instruction to your classes. You can request the basic research class or a customized session for a particular assignment. Email Tara to schedule a session.
The Library Research Class is also available as a Canvas module that you can download into your Canvas shell. Learn how to download the module with these guides:
We have a variety of online research databases available for you and your students. All databases require either a TVCC Library card number or a password to be accessed off-campus. Email us to request a password sheet.
Learn how to request a TVCC Library Card and login into the library databases with these guides:
We have two excellent video databases. Films on Demand has a large collection of educational programs, news reports, interviews, stage performances, and documentaries. Kanopy is like Library Netflix; it has a huge library of classic and contemporary film and documentaries. Films from both databases can be embedded into your Canvas course shell.
We are creating video tutorials for students about basic research skills. These videos can be added to your Canvas shells.
Open Educational Resources
Open Educational Resources (OERs) are openly licensed, web-based educational texts. This means that instructors are allowed to freely save, alter, and share the resources with their students. OER Commons is the best place to start your search for OER.
As we progress through the term, keep in mind these recommendations from the TVCC Diversity Committee.
Remember that our students are more than just students. They, like us, are coping with additional responsibilities and stresses, like homeschooling or caring for children, working from home, or working in essential positions. Treat every student with compassion.
Students may have unequal access to technology. Be willing to adjust expectations or seek solutions accordingly.
Asian Americans are experiencing increased racism at this time. Be prepared to stand up for our Asian American students and community members by rejecting the use of the term “Chinese Virus” or other racist remarks that may be used to discuss COVID-19.
Taking care of ourselves helps us to take care of others. Try to set healthy work expectations and boundaries for yourself.
Contact Daniel Liera-Huchim with your equity or diversity related questions.