Classroom Instruction 

The Klinck Memorial Library collaborates with faculty to provide on campus and online library instruction every day of the week.

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Research Appointment:

  • Online: Register an account and select “Library Help” to book an appointment with a librarian
  • Phone: 708-209-3186
  • Email:

Copyright Law Compliance

The Klinck Memorial Library adheres to the provisions of Copyright Law of the United States and fair use with providing course reserves and copies of materials from its collections for research use. Learn more here

Open Access Textbooks

The Klinck Memorial Library is a member of the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (CARLI) which provides access to the I-Share catalog. CARLI created an openly licensed brochure to explain open textbooks.

NEW: OER Resources for CUC General Education Courses

Ebooks, Articles, and Videos in Blackboard

Embedding library resources through permalinks in Blackboard is the recommended practice for classroom utilization. Faculty members who need assistance with locating/embedding permalinks for digital resources, have questions or concerns regarding this practice, can contact the Director of the University Library.

Online digital content provided by the library varies with multiuser access and printing/saving privileges, due to differing publishers license guidelines. Please close your browser after using the resource, so other Concordia community members may access the material. For accessibility issues, please contact the library.

Course Reserves and Electronic Resources

This tutorial explains how to share full-text electronic library resources in Blackboard.

Find Course Reserves and Electronic Resources

Requesting Library Materials

For collection development in your subject areas, email Briana Love for new materials.

For requesting Kanopy Titles, please read our policy before submitting a request to Briana Love.

Software Installation on Library Computers

Faculty members can request additional software be installed on library computers through the following procedure:

  1. The requesting faculty member must submit the request to the CougarNet helpdesk giving justification and in which labs the software is needed.
  2. Any available technical information to support the program must be submitted with the request at least one month prior to the start of the semester it is needed for and no additional software will be installed during a semester.