Welcome to the library on the Charity Campus.
We want to ensure that you find the information and resources that you need to be successful. Be sure to ask for help at any time. William Dieters is usually at the desk to assist you with checkouts, scanning, and printing issues. I am here to help you locate titles and with your research. We are glad to answer questions so do not hesitate to ask. If we do not know the answer, we will find it.
Please become familiar with the resources available from the DCC Library Home Page.
Search ISAAC: The online catalog for books, media, government documents, & more
Due to limited space, some of collection will be housed in "closed" stacks.
Please click for Closed Stacks Retrieval Form.
Discovery searches the DCC Library catalog and many databases.
Click here to access our Databases.
NIGHTINGALE ROOMS / COLLABORATIVE STUDY SPACE
Check out the two collaborative study spaces inside the library, Nightingale 1 and Nightingale 2. The rooms are for group study and collaboration. Groups are considered to be three or more. Reserve a room with a date and time at the Circulation Desk. Rooms can be reserved for two hours at a time. Each room has a computer and interactive technology to view instructional material as well as flexible furniture to accommodate many needs. A white board is available in the library's rooms. Ask for the markers and an eraser at the Circulation Desk. The rooms have some soundproofing but users should be aware of how much noise is being generated from their group. Additional information can be viewed under the Reserve Room Guidelines tab or by speaking with Ms. Robinson or Mr. Dieters at the Circulation Desk. Rooms should be kept clean to ensure the longevity of the equipment and technology.
There are three additional collaborative spaces at room 650, 653, & 660 on the 6th floor. Please see Ms. Paula Miller, room 607, to reserve a date and time for rooms on the 6th floor.