The Oconee Fall Line Technical College Libraries offer you a wealth of information and services. This is available to you at each of the two main, four satellite library campuses, and on the OFTC web site. Search for books, dvds, and videos online. Read full text of a wide selection of magazines, journals and newspapers, print and electronic books and much more!
You will find a well-balanced collection of materials in a variety of formats to support the OFTC’s instructional programs and adult learning centers. Please let us know how we can assist you with your educational pursuits.
Regular Library Hours and Contact Information
|Location & Phone #||Days|| Hours|
|North Campus (Sandersville)||Mon - Wed||7:45 am - 7:30 pm|
|(478) 553-2070||Thurs||7:45 am - 5:00 pm|
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|South Campus (Dublin)||Mon - Wed||7:45 am - 8:00 pm|
|(478) 275-6593||Thurs||7:45 am - 5:00 pm|
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|Jefferson (Louisville)||Contact Center Office for Access|
|(478) 625-1901|| || |
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|LOIC* (Helena)||Mon & Wed||1:00 pm - 5:00 pm|
|(229) 868-3082||Tues||8:00 am - 8:00 pm|
| ||Thurs||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
*Contact Center Office for Access
*The libraries are closed Friday – Sunday and have abbreviated hours during breaks and holidays. (See posted schedule for changes.)
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is an agreement among participating libraries to make certain materials, books, dissertations, journal articles, etc., available to member libraries upon request. This agreement for “resource sharing” gives library patrons access to far more materials than any one library could hold. The Oconee Fall Line Technical College Library Media Center searches its own collection first and then searches the WorldCat database to locate and borrow materials owned by other US, Canadian and European libraries. Some material may not be available for request since many loans are based on the lending institution lending policy.
To request materials from Interlibrary Loan, complete the online Interlibrary Loan Request Form. Interlibrary loan material will be ordered on a first come first serve basis. Materials may be requested in person at the circulation desk.
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Orientation to the Library
Orientation to the library and the use of its print and electronic resources is available to students, faculty, and staff in a variety of delivery methods. The online orientation gives a broad overview of library resources, services, and OFTC facilities. The orientation also provides instruction for accessing online resources from off campus. For specific instructions in the use of reference and research materials and databases, see tutorials below.
OFTC Lending Library
The Janice Jackson Lending Library gives students of OFTC an opportunity to borrow books for their current term of attendance. The students are asked to return the books at the end of the term for future use by other students at OFTC. Students may apply each term for assistance with books needed. The books are loaned based on the student’s financial need for assistance.
Self-Directed User Guides
Use these guides to facilitate self-directed orientation and instruction in the use of library resources and services.
NOTE: Find more user guides in the online Learning Resource Center.
Other Library Tutorials