A library barcode is an important tool that not only allows you to check out physical materials from the library, but it also provides you access to the databases the library subscribes to that support your course learning objectives.
How to Obtain Your Library Barcode
Librarians are available to collaborate with dual credit instructors in a variety of ways.
Options for collaboration include:
The librarians have created Research Guides to support students doing research in the different subjects offered through LSC-Montgomery. These guides provide students with information on getting started with research in that particular subject and connect the students to the different resources the library has to support research in that field.
Dual Credit Instructors can request a course specific or assignment specific research guide that will provide more tailored resources and information that your students will need in your course, or to complete assignments in your course.
Request a course/assignment specific research guide by contacting Melissa Heselmeyer, the Distance Learning Librarian, at Melissa.Heselmeyer@lonestar.edu or 936.273.7020.
The library offers information literacy and research instruction that introduces students to the resources available at Lone Star College-Montgomery as well as helping students develop college-level research skills.
Instruction is available for your dual credit courses in several different formats:
Schedule instruction for your course by contacting Melissa Heselmeyer, the Distance Learning Librarian, at Melissa.Heselmeyer@lonestar.edu or 936.273.7020.
A library barcode is an important tool that not only allows your students to check out physical materials from the library, but it also provides them with access to the databases the library subscribes to, so that they can complete their course assignments using academic resources.
How Your Students Obtain a Library Barcode
For questions regarding the Library Barcode, please contact our circulation desk at 936.273.7387.
Your Dual Credit students have a variety of different ways that they can receive help from a librarian.
The library can support your Dual Credit students as they begin working on research assignments for your course.