Dora Badollet Library
Use the Library Website & Log in to Your Library Account
Find Books and DVDs in Koha
Access Library Databases Off-Campus
- Video: How to Access Library Databases from Off-Campus
- For remote access, you’ll need to log in using the same credentials you use to access your college email or MyCCC account. For students who enrolled before June 15, 2020, the username is first initial, last name, last four digits of student ID#, and @students.clatsopcc.edu (example: firstname.lastname@example.org); for students who enrolled after June 15th, 2020, the username is email@example.com (example: firstname.lastname@example.org). The default student password format is either A@YYYYMMDD or A@YYYY#MM#DD (birthdate year, month, day; example: A@2001#04#13).
- Note: since they require the same login, if your email/MyCCC password has been changed, you will need the same password to access the library databases remotely. If you are unable to reset your password with the instructions above, you may need to have it reset to the default format; please request by emailing email@example.com.
Use the Library Databases to Find Articles & Streaming Movies
- Video: Academic Search Premier
- Video: Films on Demand
- Video: Business Source Premier
- Using the Library Databases
- Use Advanced Features in JSTOR
Cite Your Sources
Eight Clatsop Community College students have been selected as winners of the annual Information Literacy Award. The 2021 prize was divided equally among four students who shared the award for Nursing students and four students who shared the general award. The winners integrated extensive research, synthesizing complex source material, and independent thinking to create compelling reading material. Each winner received a $150 check from the Clatsop Community College Foundation, which funded the prize this year.
The winners are:
- Ford Bauer and Mia Garrett — who both submitted research papers on Bipolar I Disorder
- Shea Gillanders — for her piece about Anorexia Nervosa
- Laina Humphrey — for her report, “One-Way Traffic Problems in Downtown Astoria”
- Ammon Larsen — for his proposal for affordable housing
- Amy Nichols — for her Chronic Liver Cirrhosis and Hepatic Encephalopathy nursing plan
- Jessica Slivkoff — for her outline to improve the plight of the homeless in Astoria
- Chase Swearingen — for his examination of the Toba catastrophe theory
Students cited an enterprising range of research sources, including websites, local journalists, books, magazines, scholarly journals, streaming movies, and personal interviews. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, no ceremony will be held this year.