Senate Bill 13: Tribal History/Shared History: Resources for Research

Passed in 2017, SB 13 requires the Oregon Department of Education to develop statewide curricula relating to Native American tribal history, tribal sovereignty, culture, treaty rights, government, socioeconomic experiences, and current events in Oregon.

Research

Library databases

Looking for e-books?

The library subscribes to many collections of e-books that you can access by searching in the PCC Library search box. If you're looking just for e-books, on the results page, check the "eBooks" box on the left-hand side of the page in the "Format" section and then click the "Apply Filters" button. An e-book will say Online Access underneath the title information. To access it, click that Online Access link and it should take you straight to the e-book. 

Screenshot of the catalog showing the eBook check box under Format to limit the search to eBooks.

Books at PCC and available from other libraries

Getting a book from the PCC Library

  • Enter a search in the PCC Library search box. 
  • If the book you want has a linked message starting with Available at..., and the book is available on your home campus, write down the location and call number.
  • If the book is available from another campus, click on the "Request item" button in the "Get It" section, (NOTE: You will need to login with your MyPCC username and password after clicking the blue "Sign in" button to see the "Request item" button), and specify the campus to which you'd like the book to be sent.
  • If the book is not available from PCC, you can order it from Summit using the "Request from another Summit library (about 5 days)" button (located in the "Get It" section); and if not available from Summit, request it through Interlibrary Loan.

Screenshot of catalog entry for a specific book showing its location and call number beneath the title.