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Reference Questions: Give our Reference Librarians call at 979-230-3406!
You can also e-mail us here: Ask a Librarian. In most cases a response is sent within 24 hours of request.
Community library cards:
Library users from the community may secure a non-student library card at the circulation desk. There is a $5.00 per year fee for a non-student library card.
The borrower will be held responsible for all library materials checked out under his or her card.
Students are normally limited to six books checked out at any one time. There are some exceptions for students enrolled in Honors courses.
Non-students, continuing education students, as well as Texshare Card students from other colleges will be limited to two books at any one time.
All users of the library are subject to fines. Fines are $0.25 per day for each regular 2-week check out item not returned on time. Fines are $0.50 per day on rental books. Fines for 3-day, 1-week, and overnight items are $3.00 per day.
Fines shall accumulate to a maximum of $10.00 for regular items and $40.00 for reserve items, until the material is returned or reported lost. Fines on library materials continue to accrue when the library is open, even if classes are not being held.
Library staff members may also help students secure a library card through existing state or area consortia providing circulation privileges at other state colleges.
Give us a call at 979-230-3406 or 979-230-3310. Our professionals are here to help YOU.
Search full text journal articles and electronic books from any computer with internet access using our online research resources. Off-campus access requires the use of your username and password assigned by the Brazosport College IT Department.
Online Card Catalog:
Search for books, e-books, selected Web sites, or journals in our online card catalog from home or campus.
LibX Brazosport College Edition :
LibX Brazosport College Edition is a Firefox and Google Chrome toolbar extension that provides direct access to our Library's resources from within your browser. There's much more information on this Download Page. Check it out and see if it can be a useful tool for your work.
Zotero is a free, easy-to-use Firefox plug-in to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. It lives right where you do your work—in the web browser itself. Zotero Web site.
Accessible Workstations :
The library has two computers equipped with scanners, magnification software, screen reading software, and voice recognition software.