Library Services for CollegeNow Instructors
- Borrowing TC3 Materials: Get It
- Online Articles, Books and Videos
- Research Help
- Academic Integrity and Plagiarism
Library materials can be requested through the Library’s Catalog using the Get It! Information Delivery service. Materials will be delivered to the requestor’s home address and can be returned to your high school librarian (if your school is a member of TST or OCM BOCES) or by mail using a prepaid shipping label that the Library provides.
Access to the Library’s online resources is available to you and your students. TC3 ID number is required to log in. If you don't know your number you can look it up in MyTC3 on the MyInfo tab or contact Rhonda Kowalski at 607-844-8222, ext. 4396.
Go to Library Resources to see what’s available.
If you experience any access problems or need assistance in locating full text articles, e-books or streaming video, distributing materials to your students or including resources in Blackboard, contact TC3Library@tc3.edu or call 607-844-8222, ext. 4360.
Students (and instructors) are encouraged to ask TC3 librarians for research assistance and can do so in person or by phone (607-844-8222, ext. 4360), email or chat (look for Live Chat icon on right sidebar).
We teach students how to locate, evaluate and integrate information resources. You are welcome to bring your class to TC3 for instruction in our computer classroom or we can come to you. Online guides to supplement in-person instruction are also available and can be created for specific assignments upon request. Let us know what you need at TC3Library@tc3.edu or call 607-844-8222, ext. 4360.
Librarians are available for consultations on plagiarism, intellectual property and other academic integrity issues. CollegeNow instructors may also set up an account with Turnitin, an online plagiarism prevention and detection system. for more information see Academic Integrity and Plagiarism. Contact TC3Library@tc3.edu or call 607-844-8222, ext. 4360.
Let us know how we can help: e-mail, call (607-844-8222, ext. 4360), or chat using our LiveChat service on left.