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Wilfred J Airey Library: What we have:

Reserve Textbooks

Reserve Textbooks

The library has over 650+ reserve textbooks / materials that are available for students to use for a check out period of 2 hours.  

Reserve materials must be used within the library and are limited to one reserve item at a time.  

Students may search the catalog in order to see if the Norco College Library currently has a copy of the textbook for your class

(Always refer to your syllabus for the required text title).

Click on the link below and enter the three letter course name and course number (The drop down menu should be set to Norco Library). 

Reserve Textbook Catalog

Computers, Printing and Copying

 

Computers

- 70 PC's equipped with MS Office, Adobe Creative Suite, Virtual Studio 2015.

- Computers are available for 2 - 2-hour sessions per day, Login required with student ID, Community computers are available, ask us for more details.

- 70 PC's also come with pre-installed ADA compliant software

 

Laptops

2 hours loan policy. They must stay in the library.

For more information, see the Official RCCD computer use Policy (coming soon)

 

Printing

Black & White:10¢

Color: 5

How to Print:

After you hit print you should see this a popup (with a paw print) asking for a username and password.

If you haven’t registered for printing, click “Register as new user” (under the "okay" and "cancel" buttons)

Then create a username and password you won't forget. (This will last for the semester. You'll have to create it again every new semester.)

Login using your new username & password (DO NOT USE “Remember until logout”)

To print your papers, enter your username and password you just created at either print station in the library.

Insert money and press “print”. 

When finished press “Done”

 

Copying 

Black & White only, for 10¢

Sorry - no fax, scanning, or wireless printing at this time.

Collaboration Stations

Plug in multiple laptops and work together on assignments requiring a computer, like presentations! If you need cables to connect, ask us.

 

Collaboration Station Policies:

  • First come, first serve.

  • Stations are for groups of 2 or more.

  • Students not using the station must give up the station to students that would like to use it.

 

 

Connecting a Laptop or Tablet to the Station:

To use the tables, first make sure the table is "on". You can do this by looking for the power button that is located on the media well in the center of the table. If the light is white, press the button once to activate the table and the light will become green.

You will need a VGA connection to your computer, or you may borrow one of our laptops.

 
  1. Laptops are connected to the tables using PUCKS. 
  2. Open the media well and remove a puck
  3. Connect the Puck to your laptop (The Puck will glow).
  4. Share what's on your laptop by pressing on the Puck. To disconnect your device, press the off button and disconnect the Puck.

Troubleshooting

When connecting to a media:scape table with a dual monitor setup, you may need to reduce your screen resolution in order for your computer to display correctly. If you encounter issues, please follow these steps:

* In the display settings for your computer, set the resolution to 1366 X 768 or lower.

* Adjust the refresh rate to 60hz

Norco College Library Study Rooms

Image of student working on a whiteboard in a group study room.Study Room Use Rules

  • Check out Room at Circulation Desk.
  • You cannot reserve a study room in advance as they are first come, first served.
  • Maximum of 8 people in room.
  • Room check outs are for 2 hours.   
  • Whiteboard markers and eraser are also available for check out.
  • Return book end to Circulation Desk when you are done with room.
  • You must be a current student with a student id card to check out room.
  • Food, open drinks or excessive noise will result in loss of room privileges.
  • Clean up all trash and erase whiteboards.
  • Student who checked out room is responsible for rule enforcement.

Discipline Process: 1 verbal warning,  2 weeks of no study room checkout, 1 semester of no study room checkout and meeting with dean to discuss discipline.