If you participate in CCP, the college at which you are earning credit must assign an advisor to you. That college must schedule a meeting between you and your advisor prior to the no-fault drop course date. This meeting with your advisor may be individual or group, in person or virtual. Make the most of this meeting.
All Ohio PreK-12 students, their parents, and teachers have access to INFOhio's electronic research resources. You can view journal articles online, search authoritative databases, explore primary source documents, and download a host of eBooks.
In other words, whether you are taking CCP classes or regular high school classes, INFOhio is a great place to start your research.
To search nearly all of INFOhio's trusted electronic resources from a single search box, log into the INFOhio website with your school's username and password and use ISearch. To search INFOhio's electronic databases individually, use the INFOhio Resources link. Need help remembering your password? Visit INFOhio's Find My Password page. Watch the video about ISearch below to decide if that's the right place to start your research.
Whether you are taking CCP classes or regular high school classes, your school librarian can help you find the tools and resources to be successful in your research. If you are taking CCP classes, work with your school librarian and your college librarian to find all the resources available to you.
OhioLINK is a state-funded consortium of more than 120 Ohio academic libraries and the State Library of Ohio. If your CCP college is an OhioLINK institution, you have millions of research resources available to you. Students, faculty members, and staff members affiliated with OhioLINK institutions can request materials online, view journal articles online, search authoritative databases, and make use of other OhioLINK services that enhance research and education.
In other words, if you are taking CCP classes, you can kick your research up a notch by searching your college's electronic resources.
To search OhioLINK's statewide catalog, use the OhioLINK central catalog search box below. To view eBooks or request that materials be delivered to an OhioLINK institution near you, log in with the individual username and password your college assigned to you. Need help remembering your username and password? Contact your college library for assistance.
Search OhioLINK's central catalog:
Find out which electronic databases are available to you through your college:
Check out OhioLINK's information for students so that you can get ready for class with OhioLINK:
For more information on using OhioLINK, including requesting and borrowing print materials, visit the OhioLINK FAQ:
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Contact a librarian at your college by finding it on the map. Click the pin for your college to view the library's contact information.