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Dual Enrollment Instructors


  • Be sure to take advantage of the JSCC Libraries as you provide instruction for Jefferson State Community College at our Dual Enrollment partner schools.
  • This guide will provide information on the services and resources available to you and your students through the JSCC Libraries.

Navigation Bar [below JSCC logo]

  • Links to the library home page [JSCC Libraries], MyJSCC, OneACCS, and Blackboard.
  • The Staff Login is for use by library staff.

Tabs on left are links to pages for

  • Library Resources A to Z: alphabetical list with links to all resources provided by the JSCC Libraries
  • Course/Program Guides A to Z:  the library website has a dedicated resource guide for every course or program offered by the college
  • Teaching & Learning Center [information on workshops, training, professional development]

Boxes on left provide links to online tutoring for math and English.

Below are options for instructors or staff to request the following:

  • material or resources to add to the library collection
  • custom online content in the form of guide to a course, program, project, or assignment
  • library instruction and/or orientation [online or on your campus]

Additional information includes:

  • Interactive tutorials you may assign to your students; each provides a certificate of completion
  • a video and quiz on plagiarism

Library Instructional Services and Custom WebGuide Design

Interactive Library Tutorials for Your Students

Plagiarism Video Tutorial and Quiz

  • The Plagiarism Quiz is based completely on the video above and is automatically graded. 
  • Link:
  • Students can receive a "Certificate of Completion" when finished which will have their name, date completed, and grade.
  • The certificate can be emailed and/or saved as a PDF so the student can turn it in to instructors.