I. Welcome Instruction
Librarian Jill Okamura!
Jill T. Okamura received her B.A. in English from UCLA
and then continued her studies at the university, earning her M.L.I.S.
before transferring to CSU Dominguez Hills, where she earned her
Single Subject Teaching Credential in English. She spent time as
an eighth-grade English Teacher in Wilmington, before accepting adjunct
librarian positions at Fullerton, Cypress, Orange Coast, and Golden
West Colleges. Okamura has also worked at the Leisure World library
and tutored K-12 students in English and SAT preparation. She recently
celebrated her one-year anniversary with her husband Dean and has
developed an addiction to power yoga!
James Duran: the voice of Willy T.!
After an intensive audition process, Circulation Library
Assistant James Duran is now the voice of Willy T., the Library's
student avatar. Look for new episodes of this animated series, as
Willy T. takes adventures throughout the library. Where
in the Archives is Willy T. Promo.
A comprehensive collection of encyclopedias,
handbooks, dictionaries and other reference tools. Off-campus
access available. For more information, contact email@example.com.
IV. The McNaughton Popular Reading program is HERE!
All the Bestsellers! Fiction and Non-Fiction! Check
them out and curl up with one! Where? FC Library. Look
for them next to Computer Commons.
V. The FC
Online Historical Photograph Collection
The Fullerton College Library selected images from
the archives historical collection that
vividly illustrate the societal changes that have occurred during
the college’s existence. Two
hundred of those images
have been digitized and are now available from Califa
VI. Online Research Through the FC Library
Looking for articles on a particular subject? The
library provides Fullerton College students, staff, and Friends with
the opportunity to conduct online searches for newspaper, magazine,
journal articles and much more. Authorized users have the convenience
of being able to access these database resources on-campus or off-campus.
Users may enter the periodical databases by clicking on the Databases
button on the library’s website.
For off-campus access, please request the password sheet from the
library Reference Desk.