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Library Homepage: What's New in 2020?

Textbook Collection

The AC Buehler Library and the Learning Center have teamed up to provide our new Textbook Collection! While we don’t have every textbook for every class, we just might have yours! 

Textbook FAQ: 

  • Textbooks are searchable in the I-Share catalog by title or ISBN, or we have a folder at the Circulation Desk you can look through. 

  • We will need the title of the textbook to help you or the ISBN which you can get from Beck's Book website, so bring your syllabus with you. 

  • Textbooks are usable in the library for a two-hour checkout—but you can always scan pages you need. You must observe copyright parameters with your scanning - copying 10% of the complete work is a safe amount.

  • You will need your Jaypass to check textbooks out. 

Ask at the Circulation Desk or call 630-617-3160 for helpYou can also ask at the Reference Desk (630-617-3173) or IM from the library website ( with any questions.  


1) The library now circulates 10 laptop computers for four hours for use within the building.

2) The library also circulates 2 TI 84 Plus calculators for two hours for use within the building.

3) The library no longer has Mac computers.

4) The library has added 8 additional PC's by the library classroom.

5) Don't forget that we have a PC lab on the lower level of the library.

Creature Comforts

  • There is now microwave in room 030 on the lower level.
  • Newspapers have been moved to small rack in the Reading Area.
  • Group study tables have been added to the main floor in the Reading Area.
  • Room 103C will be available by reservation after 6pm for group study.
  • The college's world famous Chicago Imagist and Abstractionist Art collection, including the Sandra Jorgensen Gallery on the second floor, continues to be exhibited throughout the building.

New Electronic Databases

In summer of 2020, two databases will undergo a name change. They will be listed under their new names on the A-Z Database List.  Nothing else about these databases will change.

  • PsycINFO will become APA PsycINFO
  • PsycArticles will be come APA PsycArticles


1) We have introduced FREE color printing for members of our college community!

2) We now have two color printers.

3) We have moved some of our print release stations to "Printer's Row" on the north side of the main floor.  "Printer's Row" consists of three printer release stations, three black and white printers and two color/black and white printers.  We still have one black and white printer and print release station in each of the two library classrooms.

4) Our Scanning stations have moved to the north side of the main floor by "Printers Row." You will need to use your enumber and password in order to print in black and white.

4) You can now swipe your Jaypass to release your print jobs.

5) You no longer need to wait for the PaperCut print confirmation pop-up box.

5) Each of our printers is now distinguished by the name of a famous Chicago author: Here's a quick guide:

New Location New Name Type of Printer
First Floor Printers Row Brooks Black & White
First Floor Printers Row Hughes Black & White
First Floor Printers Row Cisneros Black & White
First Floor Printers Row Wright Color AND Black & White
First Floor Printers Row Monroe Color AND Black & White
First Floor Classroom Sandburg Black & White
Lower Level Cluster Hemingway Black & White
Poster Printer (by appt w/ CST)   Large Format Poster Printer


Check out our Printing Guide for step-by-step instructions.