Librarians offer instruction sessions designed specifically to meet the needs of your classes. The goal of library instruction is to teach students how to navigate the library, assist students with the research process using both online and print sources, develop critical thinking skills in selecting and evaluating information, and emphasize the value of information through academic integrity and the ethical use of information through use of citations and other best practices. Choose the type of library instruction you need:
Place personally-owned or college-owned books, videos, articles, and other materials on reserve for your students at any LSC library. You may complete a form in person at the library or you can fill out this library reserve request form (PDF) online, save an electronic copy for your files, print it, and take it to the library along with the materials.
Note: Videos in the Films on Demand database are purchased on a title by title basis. *Availability may change due to streaming rights provided to Films on Demandand may be limited due to budget constraints. Submit your title suggestions using our online form.
Search an amazing array of research databases in science, history, art, news, literature, and more topics. For off-campus access, login with your fourteen digit library barcode number located on the back of your college ID/library card.
Lone Star College Students, Faculty, Staff and Community Members are invited to recommend materials for purchase. Suggestions will be evaluated based on the Librariesí Collection Development Policy, the itemís usefulness to the collection, and current budgetary constraints. Submit your title suggestions using ourOnline form.
Locate My Campus/Subject Librarian
Each academic discipline is assigned a librarian who specializes in that subject area. Your library liaison is an excellent resource for assisting with library research assignments, suggesting appropriate research materials, and any of your information needs. To find your liaison, select a campus location below.