The Klinck Memorial Library welcomes collaboration with faculty and is pleased to offer on campus and online library instruction on weekdays (including Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings), Saturdays and on Sundays during Fall and Spring semesters. During Summer semester, classroom instruction is offered on weekdays and select Saturdays. Learn more about how to schedule library instruction.
Make a Research Appointment
1. Online, by registering for an account and selecting “Library Reference Services” to book an appointment with a reference librarian.
2. By phone at 708-209-3186, toll free 866-733-8287.
Copyright Law Compliance
The Klinck Memorial Library adheres to the provisions of the copyright law (Title 17, United States Code) and in good faith follows the law's fair use clauses with regard to providing course reserves and the making of photocopies of materials from its collections for research use. Learn more.
The Klinck Memorial Library is a member of the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (CARLI) which shares resources, including the I-Share online catalog, among 89 libraries. CARLI created two versions of an openly licensed brochure that helps to explain open textbooks: PDF version and Microsoft Word version that can be customized with local information.
Course Reserves and Electronic Resources
During this semester, faculty course reserves service is suspended.
Library materials as well as personal items placed on reserve by Concordia faculty for the use of Concordia students are kept on reserve for one semester. Items can be placed on reserve online or by filling out a request form available at the Access Services Desk. Learn more.
This tutorial explains how to share full-text electronic library resources in Blackboard.
We would like to acquire your publications for the faculty book displays. For collection development in your subject areas, contact library liaisons. You may also email requests for new materials to Briana Love, Technical Services Librarian.
Software Installation on Library Computers
Faculty members can request additional software be installed on library computers through the following procedure. The requesting faculty member must submit the request to the CougarNet helpdesk giving justification and in which labs the software is needed. 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.