The Southeast Arkansas College Library and Center for E-Learning supports the instructional programs of the College and provides learning resources for students, faculty, and staff. The library’s collection includes books, periodicals, videos and DVDs, and electronic information resources. Internet capable computers, TVs with VCRs or DVD players, audio players, and a pay-per-print photocopier are available for student use in the Library. Off-campus access to many of the Library’s electronic information resources is available to enrolled students, faculty, and staff.
Library services include Library orientation and/or instruction for groups or individuals; reference and reader’s advisory service; Interlibrary Loan to obtain material not available on campus; and a reserve collection where resources for specific courses are held for use in the Library upon the instructor’s request. The Library also hosts traveling exhibits and displays of the works of local artists.
The Library’s catalog is Internet-based and can be accessed from the College’s website at http://www.seark.edu or at www.youseemore.com/searkcollege. The catalog provides information on the Library’s collections and links to other information sources, as well as calendars with current and upcoming library and campus events. The Library’s hours and contact information are also located on the website.
The Library complies with the Copyright Laws of the United States and honors all applicable usage and license agreements. The Library also supports the American Library Association’s Library Bill of Rights, Freedom to Read Statement, and Code of Ethics. The Library’s collection development policy and procedure for responding to challenged material are included in the current Policy Manual for the Library and Distance Learning Division.