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You can use your Camosun network account to log in to the library catalogue and place holds, renew items, or create book lists. This is the same account you use for myCamosun, D2L, and other Camosun services.
Use the library's online public access catalogue (OPAC) to search for books, videos, course reserves and other physical material. You can search the OPAC without logging in.
From the library homepage > Books & media tab > choose Books & DVDs: library catalogue
When you find a book you want, write down the Library, Location, and Call number. This will help you locate the book on the shelf.
*You may find some links to ebooks, streaming videos, and government documents in the library catalogue. However, for a comprehensive search of our digital collections, please use Single Search or Databases A-Z.
If the library book or DVD you want to borrow is checked out or at a different campus, you can place a hold on the item and we will notify you when it becomes available.
This article describes the steps to place a hold either directly from the library catalogue or from Single Search. The catalogue method is explained in detail here, as it is more direct.
The library catalogue is a complete listing of all physical items in the library collection - including books, DVDs, periodicals, course reserves, kits, and equipment.
Find more information about library borrowing, including loan periods and renewals, on the library website.
If you have questions about your library account or other services, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Log in to the library catalogue to place holds, view or renew items you have checked out, or create book lists.
Look for the My Account button in the top right.
Username = C# (case sensitive) or library barcode
Password = use your Camosun domain password.
Forget your password?
Camosun students and employees can use the password management system to reset their domain password.
Community Borrowers should contact the library for assistance resetting their password or logging in to their account.