- Need to renew an item?
- Digital Archive
- Library of Congress Classification System
- Getting Started with the Library
The SLCC Libraries have print books and periodical subscriptions, access to electronic databases and reference titles (which include full text articles and indexing/abstracting services), e-books, e-journals, online video resources, popular movies, telecourse videos, and more.
Library staff provides assistance with: research and reference questions; inter-library and inter-campus loans; and training to assist in using the library's resources and accessing the Internet.
Patrons may access the library's online catalog and full text database services through any computer on campus or off-campus via the Internet.
- Locations and Hours
- Library Card
- Library staff
The SLCC library system has four physical branch locations. For information such as hours, location addresses, and how to contact each branch, view the Locations Page.
Your library card is your SLCC OneCard. OneCard ID Centers are located at the Information Desk in the Student Center at Redwood, and in room W175 at South City. Call (801) 957-4022 for more information.
Community User Cards for non-SLCC personnel are available at Library Circulation desks for $20.00 per year. Community borrower cards do not allow home access to databases.
Faculty and students who attend one of the other UALC colleges or Universities in the state may present student IDs from their school to check out materials. Library staff will give them a card to use when checking out material here. Check the UALC website to see if your school is part of the consortium.
Your library ID is your Student "S" number.
- Loan Periods and Fines
Books: Check out for 28 days, with one renewal.
DVDs: Check out for 7 days, with one renewal.
Periodicals: Check out for 7 days, with one renewal.
Reserve Collection: Check out for one, four, or seven days. Library staff will let you know which category your item falls into.
- Copyright and Use Information
Copyright Law (title 17, U.S. Code) prohibits the unauthorized reproduction or distribution of copyrighted materials, except as permitted by the principles of “fair use”. Except as allowed by those principles, individuals should not copy or distribute either print or electronic materials without the explicit permission of the copyright holder.
Faculty and students are personally responsible for copyright compliance and personally incur the consequences of infringement.
Copying not specifically allowed by the law, fair use, license agreement, or the permission of the copyright holder is prohibited.
It is the responsibility of the faculty to acquire copyright permission when required.
Library personnel adhere to college policy and to federal laws relating to the fair use and reproduction of copyrighted materials.
Further information concerning copyright issues is available from the Library directors.
Library Bill of Rights and Intellectual Freedom
Our eventual goal is to be compliant with the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
What we're doing on the website:
Writing clean markup with screen readers in mind
Avoiding the use of images for text
Avoiding the use of Flash