Corette Library & Simperman Learning Commons Services
The Corette Library and Simperman Learning Commons offer a wide range of services.
The Center for Innovation in Technology (CITE) is a place where students and professors can learn new techniques and new technologies to incorporate into their academic pursuits.
The Carroll College Archives and Special Collections are located in the lower level of the Corette Library.
Find directions to the building and different ways to contact staff and faculty.
Borrow library materials.
Carroll College's Institutional Repository.
Communication Lab and Lightboard Studio.
Faculty may request that items be placed on reserve for students in their class to use.
As information literacy experts, librarians are ready to work with faculty on how to best incorporate information literacy into their curriculum.
We offer in-person and virtual instruction sessions.
Interlibrary loan (ILL) is a service that allows Carroll students, faculty, and staff to borrow books or receive pdf copies of articles that are owned by another library.
The Corette Library maintains a robust collection of electronic and physical material.
Create links to access specific Library electronic resources in your Moodle pages that will work for students whether they are on or off campus.
Librarians are available, both virtually and in-person, for one-on-one, in-depth research consultations for students and faculty.
Librarians create online research guides that bring together a spectrum of resources related to particular subjects/disciplines, or a guide specific to your course.
Information about rooms, spaces and technology in the Library.
Video tutorials covering research, using library resources, writing, and communication needs can be found on the Library and Learning Commons YouTube Tutorials playlist.
Academic tutoring is available at Carroll College.
The Carroll College Writing Center provides a place outside the classroom where the student and writing consultant can work together with the common goal of helping the student become a more skillful and independent writer.