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Library Services: Faculty/Staff Services

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Equipment Loans

CPTC faculty and staff may check out laptop computers and other equipment for work-related purposes. To check out equipment, show your CPTC ID and complete an Equipment Loan form at the Golden Isles, Jesup or Waycross libraries. 


Course Reserves

Our Course Reserves service allows CPTC instructors to place books, films, articles or other materials in the library for students to use. Course Reserve materials may not leave the library. Ask a librarian for assistance if you would like to use this service.

Library Orientation

Library Orientation introduces students to the library and shows them how to access its resources. Presentations can be tailored to fit your specific class needs.

Students learn:

  • How to use the Online Library Catalog.
  • How to find information in GALILEO and where to turn for help.
  • How to locate materials in the library.
  • How to find and evaluate sources.

Complete the Library Orientation Request Form and a librarian will contact you to schedule a date.

Evaluation and Weeding

CPTC Library Services reviews its collection of library materials in May of each year. However, faculty, staff and students may submit recommendations anytime.

Help us develop a collection that fits your needs.

Suggest new materials for purchase or let us know which materials should be removed from our collection. Use the Online Library Catalog or visit our libraries to view our materials.

Complete the Evaluation and Weeding Form below, providing as much information as possible, or use the printable version of the form.

Reserve a Room

Golden Isles, Jesup and Waycross libraries have study rooms that may be reserved by students, faculty and staff for group study, projects or meetings. Waycross Library also has an executive conference room and a computer lab that faculty and staff may reserve.


LibGuides are webpages curated by librarians. The webpages serve as research guides for library users interested in a specific topic, or they can be created for specific classes or programs. 

LibGuides for classes and programs are more relevant and helpful when they are designed in collaboration with faculty and staff. Check our LibGuides list. If you don't see one for your class or program, contact a librarian for help.