Faculty Libray Resources Guide
The Faculty Library Resources Guide has been designed just for you by TCC faculty librarians to provide a convenient portal to the rich array of services and resources the library offers to you and your students.
TCC Faculty Librarians are available to work with your classes to teach information literacy concepts and research skills.
My Library Account
Renew books, see due dates and more by signing in to Primo.
The library maintains a small Course Reserves collection of textbooks and other supplemental class materials provided by the instructor. These materials circulate to students for one hour at a time for in-library use only. If you'd like to place a textbook or any other materials on Reserve for your students, please contact the Circulation Desk at 850.201.6177 with any questions.
Find Books, Databases, & Articles
Find Library books, videos, and more.
The TCC Library subscribes to over 100 premium content databases containing information you won't find for free out on the Web. Our course & subject Research Guides can be a helpful starting point, or, you can browse our databases.
InterLibrary Loan (ILL)
Materials not available at the TCC Library may be requested from other libraries:
- For fastest delivery of items available from other college and univerity libraries in Florida, use UBorrow. To search the UBorrow/Statewide Catalog, please follow the instructions in our Research Guide.
- If you do not find your item in the UBorrow/Statewide Catalog, complete and submit an InterLibrary Loan (ILL) Request. Note: requests for current textbooks are not permitted.
Using other Libraries (Reciprocal Borrowing)
Current students and staff of any public college or university are eligible to use selected resources at any other public college or university library through our statewide reciprocal borrowing agreement. These privileges often include the ability to check out books and select other materials.
Locally, TCC staff may use the libraries at
Materials checked out are subject to local rules regarding check out period and overdue fees.
What does a research consultation include?
While assistance getting started in research is always available at the reference desk, our research consultations are scheduled appointments with a reference librarian for individualized, uninterrupted, one-on-one assistance. Consultations are available to all TCC students, faculty and staff.
Consultations include a conversation about your research and what sources will best meet your needs. We will assist you in locating sources available in our subscription databases, and direct you to other information sources as needed.
When are research consultation appointments available?
Appointments are available Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 7 p.m., depending on librarian availability. Consultation sessions usually last from 30 minutes to one hour. If needed, a follow-up appointment may be scheduled.
How do I request a research consultation?
Complete and submit the Research Consultation Request form.
Following the submission of your request, a librarian will contact you to finalize your appointment time the next business day. If you have not been contacted within that time, please call the Reference Desk on the second floor of the main campus Library: (850) 201-8383
Library/Learning Commons Tablet Use Policy
If you are planning to reserve tablets for instruction taking place in the library or the Learning Commons, please note the following policy:
- The instructor is solely responsible for setting up and putting away reserved tablets.
- The instructor indicates how many tablets are used by entering the information on the clipboard form above the tablet charging cart.
- Each tablet is labeled with a number and must be returned to its corresponding numbered slot in the tablet charging cart.
- It is the instructor's responsibility to make sure each tablet is returned to the cart at the end of class.
- If a tablet is missing from the cart at set up, please contact the Library Directors Office.
Request New Items
The TCC Library welcomes requests for new materials. Purchases are dependent upon budget availability and adherence to the TCC Library Collection Development Policy.
TCC Riley Archive
Housed on the first floor of the main campus Library, the Riley Archive is a collection of papers, manuscripts and books on general African-American history from Civil War to Civil Rights eras (1860-1960), with specific focus on Leon and Gadsden Counties in North Florida.