New at the Library
Immigration Information & Resources
CCSF librarians created Immigration, a resource guide for students researching immigration and the experiences of both documented and undocumented immigrants in the US. It also lists support organizations, as well as information on the college's and the city of San Francisco's sanctuary status.
Read a Graphic Novel
Check out the library's new graphic novel collection. They can be found at many of the CCSF libraries including the Rosenberg Library on the Ocean campus, Downton, John Adams, Evans, and Chinatown/North Beach. Look for the novels on display, search for them in OneSearch, or ask a librarian how to find them in the collection.
Food for Fines
Donate food and get rid of library fines! Effective fall semester 2017, CCSF Library now accepts for some fines. Each donated item reduces your fine by $5.00. Find out more what qualifies for the Food for Fines program.
LINK+ at CCSF
On July 18, CCSF joined LINK+ a network of libraries in California and Nevada that share books and library materials through an interlibrary loan program. This means that students and the College community will be able to borrow materials from member libraries and have them delivered to any CCSF Library.
Using LINK+ is easy. After searching CCSF Library's OneSearch, if you don’t find what you are looking for, click on the LINK+ button to repeat the search. You can then place a hold on anything that you would like to order. Materials typically arrive in 4-5 days. Find out more at the CCSF Library website.
Rosenberg Library Sound Zones
Rosenberg Library now has sound zones! Thank you to everyone who provided feedback spring semester. Need to collaborate or chat? Try the 4th floor Collaboration Zone. Need absolute quiet? Try the 3rd floor Silent Zone. Need something in between those 2 scenarios? Try the 5th floor Whisper Zone. We hope you enjoy these new spaces and will be asking for more feedback later in the semester.
Identifying Fake News
Fake news is spreading across the Internet. What is fake news? Why should you care? The CCSF Library Fake News resource guide contains information and strategies to separate the credible sources from the false. Knowing how to evaluate information can help improve academic work, as well as making informed decisions beyond college.
The library has hundreds of textbooks available to check out for a time period of one hour to seven days. Use the "Course Reserves" tab in OneSearch to search for textbooks, or ask a librarian for help.