The Library provides a diverse collection of materials in support of the College curriculum. Reference services include library instruction and research assistance (traditional and electronic). Computers within the library provide access to the University of Hawai 'i Libraries' electronic catalog (ALMA), online databases, the internet, email, and other programs such as Word.
The KCC Library has a collection of over 48,000 book titles and nearly 300 AV DVDs. Digital online media resources include over 40,000 film titles that can be viewed via Films on Demand and Ethnographic Video. Complementing the Library's physical book collection are electronic books (or e-books) offered via Ebsco. Over 255,000 e-book titles are currently available. Along with e-books, the Library subscribes to 58 full-text online databases that provides access to over 58,000 journal titles. Interlibrary loan service is also available to the 4 million volumes within the UH System libraries.
The Library offers ample seating for students. A limited number of small group meeting rooms downsized to single occupancy use during the pandemic are available for individual study. Desktop computers within the Library provides access to the internet and to the campus network. Printing services are available with a printer networked to the desktops. Course reserves are available at the circulation desk. Other services in the Library include a Knowledge Imaging Center (KC) scanner and a microfilm reader/ printer. Chromebooks are available for semester loans during the pandemic until further notice. Library hours will vary depending on whether or not a semester is in session. Please call the Library for current hours or visit the website at https:// www.kauai.hawaii.edu/Iibrary.