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Library/LSC Instruction Request

Faculty who would like a Librarian to present library-related instruction or for LSC staff to provide instruction during a face-to-face class session can access a form at this link to request this service.

Syllabus Content

Faculty may copy and paste the following information about our services directly into their syllabi for student reference.


The William M. Brish Library wants to help you find the resources you need to succeed!  Visit us online at or on the second floor of the Learning Resource Center to discover a wealth of scholarly articles, e-books, and more!  Access expert librarians 24/7 through our website, or stop in for personal assistance.  Study space, computers, and printing/copying available.  Hours: M-Th 8:30am-7pm; F 8:30am-4:30pm.  Phone: 240-500-2237

Learning Support Center

Providing academic support to all students taking credit and non-credit courses at HCC, the Learning Support Center (LSC) offers individual drop-in tutoring (no appointments necessary), group tutoring, workshops, and specialized assistance with specific populations, such as TRiO. The professional staff has content-area specialties in English and writing, math and science, computer technology, and nursing.

Find us in the Learning Support Center building from M-Th 8am-10pm, F 8am-5pm, Sat 9am-3pm, and Sun 12-5 pm.  Visit us online at  or call 240-500-2560 for more information and online resources.

LSC Writing Center Consultation Form

Open Educational Resources

Are you interested in helping to make education more affordable for your students? Using an Open Educational Resource (OER) textbook is a great way to reduce costs and dependency on financial aid. Click here for the Library’s OER LibGuide with resources that can help you adapt an existing OER or create one of your own.

Embedded Librarians

If you include research or information literacy projects as part of your course, you may want to consider adding the services of an embedded librarian as an extra resource for your students.  Through the Moodle platform, an embedded librarian, as an assistant instructor, can provide direct support to your students for specific assignments requiring specialized resources.  Particularly useful for online courses whose students cannot visit the library in person, an embedded librarian can also be great support for hybrid or face-to-face classes.  Interested and want to learn more?  Contact the Library and Learning Support Coordinator by email.

Credo Information Literacy & Critical Thinking Courseware

Do your students have difficulty synthesizing information, reading scholarly material, evaluating information on the internet, and more? The Credo information literacy and critical thinking courseware is a resource that can provide instruction in these and many other areas without taking time away from your in-class or online instruction. Each Credo topic is presented in a self-contained module which can be used in combination with other modules or as a stand-alone module. Easily integrated into a Moodle course, your students can access the Credo information directly, without the need to log in to the Credo system. Credo quiz grades can also be seamlessly integrated into the Moodle grade book.

For more information and/or to be enrolled in the Master course to access specific module content, please complete the Credo Information Form.

Change Credo Module Content

If you are interested in changing the content of a Credo module or quiz, complete the Request to change Credo content form. Please allow 5 business days for this change to be completed.


Introduction Slides

Faculty may download and use these brief PDF introductions to Library & LSC services in class presentations.  PowerPoint versions of the files are available by emailing Kendra Perry.

Contact the Library

Library Information Desk


For more information, check out the library About Page.


Need more help with your assignment? Visit the Learning Support Center

For information on placement and course testing, contact the Academic Testing Center

Hours of Operation

Regular Hours

  • Monday - Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
  • Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Closed Saturdays and Sundays

Fall Semester Closed Dates

  • September 3
  • November 21 - closes at noon
  • November 22 & 23
  • December 21 - closes at noon
  • December 22 - January 1

Limited Hours‚Äč: 
Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30

  • Dec. 17-20
  • Jan. 2-4