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The iLIT Newsletter

The iLit Newsletter

Welcome Back to Campus! It's time for you to Fall Into the Library! 

The library team would like to welcome the students, faculty, and staff back to campus.

What's going on in the library? Well, we have been working to streamline services and update our collections. The library stacks are under library construction, so if you see empty shelves and books shuffled around, look for something new soon! We have new research tools and lots of new titles for you to check out! 

 

Book Returns. We know you have enjoyed keeping the library books longer than expected, but it is time to return them to the library. All fines, fees, and holds were forgiven over the course of the COVID-19 campus closure, we will begin posting fines and fees after September 11th.

Book return is open now through Friday, September 11th. Books not returned by September 11th will incur late fees and/or replacement costs.

All books must be returned to the exterior book drop located in the hallway outside of the library to the right of the entrance. Books will not be accepted by library staff at the circulation desk.

Important Information

 

About the Library

Welcome to Galveston College library. The David Glenn Hunt Memorial Library provides access to college-level print and electronic resources for GC students, faculty, staff and the community.

Dr. Hunt was Galveston College’s founding president. He helped start Galveston College as it opened its doors in 1967. The Library, named in his honor, promotes scholarship, basic research, and library instructions necessary to the academic programs.

The Library is open to the public and holds more than 40,000 volumes. The Library has a computer lab with access to Microsoft Office, Print/Copy Center, and access to research databases. A Galveston College ID card is required to check out materials and use the computer lab.

Meet the Team

Want to know who's who in the library? Meet the Team! 

Library Policies for All Patrons

The Galveston College Library Circulation Policy is in place to facilitate equitable access to the library’s collection to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and residents of the Galveston College Community.

Accessibility 

The David Glenn Hunt Memorial Library at Galveston College is committed to providing all GC students, faculty, and staff equitable access to the library resources and services they require for academic and research needs. More information about accessibility in the library is available here

 

The library has many resources available to help you be successful at Galveston College! Be sure to visit the library website to access all library resources available to you. 

We have...

Books (academic and popular reading), reserve textbooks, ebooks, print and electronic journals, print and electronic magazines, laptops for checkout (to be used inside of the library), computer lab, quiet study spaces, flexible learning spaces with media, research assistance, study rooms (currently closed), Cyber Cafe with computers (currently closed), and more! Stop by to say HI, but keep a safe distance. 

Help and Research Guides

Other helpful tools! 

Don't forget to visit the Library Faculty Page to access tools and services the library offers in support of teaching, scholarship, and student success!

The Faculty Toolbox below provides quick access to library services! 

Find information about: 

  • Library Instruction
  • LibGuides
  • Embedding Library Resources
  • Course Reserves
  • Book Purchase Request
  • Interlibrary Loans (ILLs)
  • Library Spaces for Instruction
  • Copyright
  • Open Educational Resources (OERS) and more...

Did YOU Know?

Did you know?

Did you know that the great state of Texas launched the digital repository of open educational resources (OER) for Texas students and educational institutions? Seriously, as of today, September 1st, OERTX Repository is available for YOU to Explore, Create, and Collaborate! OERs are needed more now than ever as we transition into virtual learning environments.  

For your convenience, we added the OERTX Repository to the library A to Z Database page! If you do not know how to access the A to Z Database page, watch the brief video tutorial below on how to access the library A to Z Database page and get a quick overview of OERTX! 

 

Please view the GC Library's Open Educational Resource guide to learn more about the OERTX Repository

Thanks to Carmen Allen, Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Research for keeping us abreast of changes from the TX Higher Education Coordinating Board that are related to the library and the college's OER initiatives.