Faculty & Staff

The librarians and staff of the DACC Library Media Center are here to help you. We can hold items on reserve to allow your students to use them in the library. Please contact the East Mesa or Espina location if you have an item you’d like to place on reserve. We can develop course guides for your class or subject that collect relevant information and resources on a web page to provide convenient access. You may request a Course Guide with the Course Guide Request form. Also, if you know of an excellent book that would be useful to you or our students that the library doesn’t have, please use the Request Library Item form.

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The librarians of the DACC Library Media Center are ready to meet your library and research instruction needs. Whether your classroom has first semester students learning the basics of what the library has to offer or seasoned learners requiring advanced research skills, we have an instruction session for you. We offer sessions on library-based research, paper writing and proper citation of sources, as well as an overview of the most important subject resources in your discipline.

Fill out the Classroom Librarian Visit form to request an instruction session for your class.

AV Equipment

The libraries located at the Espina and East Mesa campuses have AV equipment available for checkout. This service is available for all DACC faculty and staff. A variety of items are available for classroom and personal use. Reservation requests for equipment can be made via the AV Equipment Request form.

Please provide at least two days’ notice for all equipment reservations and at least two weeks’ notice for event reservations. If you are located at a non-Las Cruces campus, please leave enough time for you to come to Las Cruces to pick up items or in limited instances, to have equipment delivered.

If you do not see a piece of equipment that you need, please let us know so we can ascertain whether it can be added to the libraries’ inventory.