Contact Information

Chair: Johanna Bjork, MLS
Office: LIB 119
Phone: 208-792-2395
FAX: 208-792-2831

The Library provides research resources, services, technology, and spaces to support student and faculty research. Library hours are posted on the Library's webpage and at the building's entrance.

The Library maintains a collection of print and electronic resources (eResources). The Library offers over 64,755+ print resources which includes books, magazines, journals, and newspapers. The Library website provides access to over 33,186+ eBooks, 47,541+ streaming films, and 80,797+ eResources (journals, newspapers, and magazines).  The Library has 35 desktop computers, 25+ laptop computers (for checkout), Wi-Fi hotspots (for checkout), Wi-Fi (in the building), wireless printing, color printer, two scanners, and 8 study rooms.

Library Collections and Information 

The Library Advisory Committee meets twice a semester.  The Committee is comprised of two division faculty, a student, eLearning representative, Institution Research representative, and the Library Director. 

The Library is a member of Libraries of the Inland Northwest (LINC), OCLC (Online Computer Library Center), and NIAL (Network of Idaho Academic Libraries)

WarriorOne card (LC Student ID) are required to check out materials.

Research Assistance and Instruction

Librarians advise, instruct, and assist patrons on the effective use of resource materials in both print and electronic formats. Individualized instruction is available to support research needs including the development of research strategies, resource identification, and evaluation. Research Appointments are available via Zoom or in person. To meet the student's research needs and provide self-paced in-depth instruction, the Library offers online tutorials and students can ask a questions (24/7) using  Ask a Librarian!

The Library employs a variety of instructional methods to help students develop the full range of information literacy skills needed to succeed in their courses and meet the expectations of their future employers. Together with division faculty, the librarians develop assignment-related instruction and subject guides. 

Other LC State offices located in the Library and Library Building


For more information please visit the Circulation desk or our webpage at, call 208-792-2396, or email

Bjork, Johanna, MLS, Director

Cromer, Jennifer J, MLIS, Librarian

Hankins, Jennifer, MLIS, Librarian