Welcome Back!

August--East Campus Library Newsletter

Welcome Faculty, Staff, & Students to the Fall 2020 semester! While our libraries and most PCC physical spaces remain closed we are still here to help. We have a variety of electronic resources that are all available to help you as you start this semester. We share information through these newsletters and our social media accounts (Instagram & Twitter). Give us a follow!

Search MEGASearch from our library website. MEGASearch searches our entire catalog. You can then limit the results to ebooks or full-text articles that can be accessed from anywhere.

Due to updates from browsers there have been some issues with receiving error messages that prevent you from accessing our resources. If you encounter a security error from your browser when trying to access any of our electronic resources you can bypass that error with the following tips:

  • Clear your browser's cache
  • Try using a different browser to access the resources
  • Browse in incognito mode (ctrl+shift+N)

Curbside Pickup

You can now request a physical book for curbside pickup at the west campus. Please see our curbside pickup page, which is a part of our COVID-19 guide. The COVID-19 guide is continually updated and explains all of our library services that we are offering.


This semester be sure to play our PCC library resources BINGO!

Instructions are here

Link to BINGO card you can play virtually is here

Questions? Email akopkowski@Pima.edu

Our Latest LibGuides Complied by Our Great Staff at East and Northwest

Please see our latest libguide that compiles library resources for context of the Black Lives Matter movement and society. Do you have any questions or would you like more information? Please contact Emily Jacobson at ejacobson1@Pima.edu
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Brandon Shimoda from our northwest library has created a libguide with a variety of resources and information regarding the 75th anniversaries of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Do you have any questions or would you like more information? Please contact bshimoda@pima.edu

Electronic Resources for Current Events

Kanopy Streaming Picks Inspired by Artist Phil Shaw

Free Coloring Book Download

The American Library Association is offering a free downloadable coloring book with writing prompts and inspiring quotes in addition to some fun pages to color.