ACC Librarians have created web pages for your subject area and courses. Below you will find:
We can custom-create a guide for your Subject area or Class- just ask us!
Example: How to Find Literary Criticism:
Imagine how well a custom course-specific guide can connect your students with the resources they need.
Here are some examples of Class Guides:
Contact your subject librarian or one of your campus librarians to request a new class guide.
ACC Library Services is committed to making its collections and resources accessible to students, faculty and staff with disabilities. Libraries, media centers and computer centers provide a number of services, plus adaptive technology, and group study rooms which can be used by students with disabilities and their learning assistants.
Find more information at http://researchguides.austincc.edu/accessible :
A variety of adaptive technologies are available at ACC- here is more information about what is available at each campus:
For more information on services and equipment, contact the Student Accessibility Services Office at your preferred campus.
Library Tutorials feature ADA-compliant access- choose the Resources link for ADA accessible transcripts:
You can create a link to any item in the Library Catalog by using the permanent link.
TO UPDATE YOUR BOOK URL: Search by title in the Search the Library box.
Click on the book title to open up a detailed record.
Click Permalink to find your new URL.
Copy the Book Record Permalink.
Browse by Subject OR find Multidisciplinary Databases:
EBSCO databases offer an option to choose your preferred language in the Advanced Search options.
Here are some Spanish language databases:
If you have a request for the ACC Library to purchase materials, here is a link to our procedure for submitting a purchase request:
Search the Library Catalog to find books, e-books, DVDs and streaming media:
How do I read an e-book?
After you find an e-book in the Library Catalog you can read it online by choosing View Now:
More Ebook FAQs including -
How many people can use an e-book at the same time?