The Chatfield College Library is available to all students as well as for use by the community. Resources include a computer database of periodicals, interlibrary loan, as well as a collection of over 24,000 books, 25 newspapers and periodicals, and a number of DVD's. Through the library's automated system, students and the community have access to over 7,000,000 books and educational resources from other libraries across the country.
The Fr. Raymond Kammerer Library & Learning Center expansion and renovation was re-dedicated on Oct. 20, 2012. Thanks to the generosity of Fr. Kammerer and his sister and brother-in-law, Rosemary and Mark Schlachter, Chatfield students now have a new and improved facility.
This catalog provides students access to more than 7 million books and items available at many public libraries. Using your Chatfield Library Card and a computer with Internet access, you can place holds on materials. Items requested from the online catalog that are not part of the Chatfield collection will usually take a day or two to arrive at Chatfield through interlibrary loan.
Oplin (Articles) EbscoHost Databases for Research
It is possible to access over 50 research EbscoHost databases through the Ohio Public Library Information Network. All that is needed is a computer with Internet access. If a public library card is requested, you may use Chatfield College's: 23622000313423
LearningExpress Library offers practice tests, exercises, courses, and information to help you succeed at school, at work, or in life. Click on LearningExpress Library to build a resume, prepare for a test, or research a career.
Know it Now
KnowItNow, theplace on the Web where Ohioans can get live help from a librarian for finding resources for homework or research on any topic, suggestions for good books to read, or answers to satisfy their general curiosity.
Check out this link for eBooks and digital downloads.
www.ipl.org: Internet Public Library: Librarian Approved Websites
www.2facts.com: Facts on File: This site has the full-text database Science Online. You can access this resource with:
The Book Club meets once a month in the library to discuss a book chosen by the members. If you are interested in joining the group or sitting in on one of our discussions, see Dolores Berish in the library.