Klamath Falls Campus Library
The Oregon Tech Library is located in the Learning Resources Center (LRC) on the Oregon Tech campus in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The Library's main collections are located on the first floor of the LRC, with the Shaw Historical Library, administrative offices and group-study rooms located on the second floor.
The Library contains approximately 140,000 books and bound periodicals, and subscribes to over 1,200 periodicals. Resources and services include a web-based catalog, over 70 online databases, federal and Oregon state documents, CD-ROMs, interlibrary loans, classes, tours, and seminars. Microform readers-printers and copy machines are available, as well as quiet study rooms on both the first and second floors. Over 40 computer workstations are available for public use.
The Oregon Tech library is a member of the Orbis Cascade Alliance, a consortium of more than 30 Oregon and Washington university and college libraries that consolidates its holdings in the Summit Catalog. Oregon Tech students, faculty and staff can borrow materials from any Orbis Cascade Alliance library electronically, using the Summit Catalog.
Wilsonville Campus Library
Offering a local print collection and access to a variety of online research tools, the Oregon Tech Wilsonville Library offers reference, research assistance and information literacy instruction. The library’s computer workstations provide access to the Internet and a variety of software programs, including Microsoft Office products, as well as access to a photocopier and scanner. Group study rooms are available, and may be reserved up to one week in advance. There are also comfortable study areas located through out the library.
From off-campus, students are able to gain remote access to the library's electronic resources, including more than 80 online databases and 250 electronic journals, via proxy server by simply using the same login and password used for Oregon Tech email (my.oit). Through the library's website students may place interlibrary loan requests and borrow materials through the Summit catalog, a unified database combining the holdings of over 30 academic libraries throughout Oregon and Washington.
In addition, Wilsonville students may also borrow from the main library's collection of more than 140,000 books and bound periodicals, more than 1,200 serial publications and senior projects, CD-Rom, and audio and visual tapes. The main library is also a depository for federal and state documents.