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Summer Programs

The purpose of this guide is to provide library information to MSU's summer programs, such as Upward Bound, Success Academy, and Insight.

The Top 5 Things CCL Can Offer GSp

(Image of library building) Top 5 Things Camden-Carroll Library Can Offer GSP Faculty

We Can Help

Camden-Carroll Library welcomes any opportunity to serve and assist the faculty and staff of the Governor's Scholars Program at Morehead State University.

Please take a moment and view these slides to learn more. 

Instruction Services (Link: library/instruction)

Instruction Services

At CCL, we want to make your job easier. With the help of our Instructional Services team, new & mobile technology, and hundreds of thousands of print and online resources, here are just a few of the ways we can do that:

  • Library Tours
  • Research Instruction Sessions
  • Custom Critical Thinking Lessons
  • Library Scavenger Hunts
  • Custom Research Guides (like this page)

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Tech and Tech Help (Link:

Tech & Tech Help

CCL has technology available for GSP faculty and students to borrow with their MSUID, including: laptops, iPads, cameras, calculators, wireless keyboards, iPods, headphones, cables/chargers, GPS units, & digital voice recorders.

The Learning Technology Lab, located in the 1st floor Library Commons, can help you with: Creating websites; Assistance with PowerPoint presentations; Video capture and video editing; Burning CDs and DVDs; Scanning (pictures, text recognition, creating PDFs); Word processing and web browsing; ADA-compliant software & tools; and more! For general questions, call 783-2160.

CCL has nearly 90 computers for you to use, found in: the Library Commons, LRC, Tutoring Lab, Study Rooms, & the Library Classroom.

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New Spaces (Link:

New Spaces

Camden-Carroll Library has changed in the last year, and we've got plenty of room for Governor’s Scholars!
CCL now has new lounge areas with comfy chairs, dining furniture, collaboration spaces, and even a Gaming Room! Visit for more info.

Whether you need a quiet corner to yourself or a work space for your group, you can find a place on one of CCL’s 5 floors, spanning more than 112,000 sq. ft! 

STUDY ROOMS can be reserved online at the library homepage via the Reserve a Room link. CCL has 3 spaces to choose from, with technology. 

CLASSROOMS can be reserved for instructional sessions or class visits. Email to reserve a classroom.

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Research Help (Link:

Research Help

The Research Help desk in the 1st floor Library Commons is the best place to go with questions about research. 

This includes: finding sources; citations; source types; and, critical thinking and analysis tips.

Visit us in the 1st floor Library Commons

Chat with us by opening a new chat box on the library homepage:

Call us: Research help desk: (606) 783-5491; Special Collections & Archives: (606) 783-5122 

Email us at

Schedule a research appointment with our online scheduler. 

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Collections (Link:


Your MSUID cards are your library cards, giving you access to the entire library collection.

This includes technology such as: iPads, laptops, video cameras, chargers & cables, and more.

Our collection also includes regular library materials, such as: books (non-fiction, fiction graphic, & novels); extensive DVD and music collections; an Appalachian-Kentucky collection of fiction, biography, and non-fiction, including KY genealogy, Jesse Stuart, James Still, and Roger Barbour Collections; a Career Collection; Multicultural Reading Room and related books; a Map Collection; a Learning Resource Center (LRC) Collection, including games and puppets; and, more!  Our online collection includes more than 150 online research databases, 50,000 e-books, 500,000 books, 10,000 DVDs, CDs, & Audiobooks, and more. 

You can search for online & print resources by using the search box at

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