About Course Reserves:
The course reserves are materials put into special reserve by instructors. These material pertain to class content and are meant to supplement class lecture and class work.
Reserve materials can check out for One day, Three days, Seven days, or are available for Library Use only. They should be returned promptly to accommodate other students' needs.
Spring 2015 Course Reserves
|Course Code:||Course Title||Insructor|
|AH 102||Lee Stewart|
|AH 306||Art Since 1945||Abby McGehee|
|BA 202/302||Design Concepts||Barb Tetenbaum|
|EC 210||Papermaking||Sarah McDermott|
|FT 216||Dimensional Fiber Forms||Emily Nachison|
|FT 318||Experimental Fashion||Emily Nachison|
|NS 204||History of Plants||Catherine Glass|
Materials in the permanent reserve collection are VHS, DVD, Books, and other items that are available permanently in our reserve section. These materials are not designated to a particular class and most are available for a limited check out of seven days.
Also in our reserve section is a notebook of thesis writing resources. This notebooks includes MLA citation guides as well as some unofficial (non OCAC standard) guides for writing proposals. This living document will be updated by term to incorporate up to date resources for students.
The library binder is home of OCAC's policies and procedures. As a member of Washington County Cooperative Library Services, we have this folder available to update patrons of policy changes that affect us here at OCAC.