This guide will list some of the services and resources available at the COD Library that are available to the residents of Community College District 502. (Map)
How do I get a COD District Resident Library Card?
Be sure to ask for help if you have questions about our Library materials or services. Contact us online now.
District residents have access to books in print and electronically from the COD Library. Check these links to discover which ebooks District Residents can access from COD campuses and also remotely.
District residents who are 18 years of age or older may request a Library card online. Library barcodes are necessary to sign in to your Library account and to checkout items.
Search the Library Catalog to find books and videos available at the COD Library.
OverDrive is a growing collection of popular (fiction and non-fiction) e-books and e-audio available for download to your device or your computer.
The COD Library makes electronic collections available to District Residents to the extent that resource limitations and legal restrictions allow.
District Residents can access several databases remotely and nearly 150 others in the Library or while on campus.
District Residents are welcome to use the study rooms on a walk-up basis weekdays after 6pm, on weekends, or during semester breaks.
District Residents can access other services at the COD library as well:
This only searches for web pages in our site.If you're looking for Library materials, use our catalog or databases.