The Library Course Guide to TGC prepares you to enter into academic conversations by providing access to library resources for finding, using, and interpreting research related to course content. This guide provides an introduction to using Jenks Library resources as well as information about the research process. Additionally, you will find quick links to library databases, the NOBLE Catalog, and citation resources.
As of March 21st, Jenks Library is operating in a fully online capacity. With over half of the Jenks Library's collection available online, you can still get access to much of the information you need from afar. Need some help getting started navigating the online world of research? Check out the Remote Learning at Jenks Guide for detailed information about online support and resources.
Create a library account! To access online resources from off campus, view materials you have checked out, you must create a Library Account. To do this you will need the 14-digit barcode number on the back of your Gordon College ID card.
Watch the short video below for more details on how to create a Library Account.
The Jenks Library website is your starting place for accessing services and conducting research at Gordon. Watch this short video to familiarize yourself with the important parts of the library website and learn how you can easily get connected to information and help.
WE'RE HERE TO HELP
Librarians are here to help you find information and plan your research. A reference librarian is usually available at the following times:
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Please ask at the Circulation Desk for assistance during this time.
SCHEDULE A RESEARCH APPOINTMENT
Want to chat about a research project? Need help getting started searching in library databases? Schedule a research appointment with a librarian. Please email email@example.com with your research need, and possible times you'd like to meet. We'll get back to you!
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