Circulation of Materials
Most Learning Resource and Technology Center (LRTC) resources check out for 21 days and can be renewed. Fines are not charged for overdue materials, but items must be returned to avoid placement of a hold on a student's record, preventing the student from registering for classes or receiving grades and transcripts. If individuals damage or lose materials, costs for replacement will be assessed.
For a list of the LRTC's holdings of scholarly and popular periodicals, see the PALSconnect Linker A-Z List. For access to back issues of these titles, contact the LRTC Service Desk.
List of the library’s gunsmithing periodicals with holdings information.
Ask an LRTC staff member for assistance in getting the right start to your project or assignment and in locating the best resources.
-- Mindy Hicks, Librarian: firstname.lastname@example.org, 320-629-5169
-- Laurie Jorgensen, Information Services: email@example.com, 320-629-5145
General LRTC phone number: 320-629-4546
AskMN for Research assistance after hours.
Interlibrary Loan Service (ILL)
ILL: A free service providing quick delivery of requested books, articles and other material from other libraries to the LRTC for student and faculty use.
The LRTC has 27 networked PCs available for catalog and database searching and also for computer assisted learning and e-mail access.
LRTC staff members assist in general computer orientation and online registration for classes.
Faculty should contact the HELPDESK (firstname.lastname@example.org) for reservation of computer and audio-visual equipment for use in classrooms.
Make-up and Special Testing
Academic Skills Center coordinator, Room 129 in the LRTC coordinates and monitors make-up and special testing as necessary. Email Erin White for scheduling a test or questions on testing.
Photocopy and Fax Service
Students are able to photocopy and fax on the student printer in the LRTC; cost is 10 cents per page. LRTC staff members at the Service Desk are happy to assist.