Enter alternate names for the Organization, separated by commas if more than one.
The legally recognized name of the institution that is the umbrella organization for the organization. For example: an organization may be a branch with its own name, but its institution is a school, university, or public organization system.
The type of organization that is displayed. For example, select academic to see a list of the organizations associated with a college or university.
The phone number of the Organization. This must be entered as a 9 digit number with no special characters (no parentheses or dashes).
Organization Phone Extension
The extension that must be dialed to reach the organization.
The Organization's fax number.
The address of the Organization's physical building.
1601 N Benton Ave
Helena, MT 59625
The Organization's mailing address.
1601 N Benton Ave
Helena, MT 59625
Web Site URL
The URL for the Organization's website.
The website address for the Organization's catalog.
The website address for a foundation that supports the organization
Links to any social media sites the organization may have.
The mission statement of the Organization.
The Library's primary mission is to support the research needs of Carroll students, faculty, and staff.
The hours the organization is open during winter.
M-Th 7:45a-12a; F 7:45a-6p; Sa 12p-5p; Su 12p-12a
The hours the Organization is open in the summer.
The date, time and location of Organization board meetings.
The county where the organization is located.
Lewis and Clark
Organization Bar Code
The Organization's unique numerical identifier that appears on barcodes for Organization users and Organization materials.
The school level that the organization serves.
Not a school
Montana has several hundred libraries. Each of these libraries belongs to a federation which is a regional network for library services.
If this box is checked, the Organization has a Friends group - a volunteer organization that supports Organization services.
501(c)(3) Friends Group
501c3 Friends Group
This indicates whether or not the Friends group has formally applied for IRS tax-exemption.
If this box is selected, the Organization has a foundation which is a non-profit organization that supports Organization services.
The foundation supporting this organization has gone through the process of applying for IRS tax exemption status.
Some Organizations have agreed to be state depositories. These Organizations provide access to state publications in order for the citizens of Montana to be informed about state government efforts.
Some Organizations have agreed to be federal depositories. These Organizations provide access to federal publications in order for the citizens of Montana to be informed about federal government efforts.
The OCLC code assigned to this library. Many of the libraries in Montana are a part of OCLC - a non-profit cooperative that provides many of the behind the scenes tools used by Organizations.
MARC Organization Code
MARC Organization Code
The MARC Organization Code assigned to this Organization. A MARC Organization Code is a short alphabetic code used to represent names of Organizations, organizations, and institutions that need to be identified in cataloging and in bibliographic control.
OCLC ILL Transfer Option
ILL Transfer Option
Libraries use a variety of methods for ordering materials from other Organizations for their patrons. This service is called interlibrary loan (ILL). Libraries may use email, an ILL management system, or may even choose not to offer ILL.
ILL Requests & Mediated Management
The cataloging classification system used by the Organization.
Library of Congress Classification
Special resource is a unique item or collection available at the Organization.
The Library is in the process of creating an archive of materials related to Carroll College's history. When active, the archive will be located in the bottom floor or the Library and provide supervised access to these unique materials.
Corette Library is also developing an institutional repository (IR), “Carroll Scholars”, for the College that will be used to showcase, preserve, and enhance the discoverability of Carroll faculty and undergraduate research and programs. Carroll Scholars is currently available to be publicly searched at: https://scholars.carroll.edu/.
An institutional repository (IR) is a digital collection of the intellectual and creative products of a college or university. It provides a venue for locating and promoting those materials, and creates a means for their long-term digital preservation. An institutional repository can contain virtually any document or file type, including research publications, unpublished works, undergraduate theses, campus publications (including undergraduate research journals or literary magazines), historic or archival materials, audio/video, or research data. The Library uses Berkeley Electronic Press (bepress) Digital Commons software that also allows creating new peer-reviewed publications, enhanced faculty profiles, and an Expert Gallery. It displays the breadth of scholarship produced at Carroll - everything from faculty papers, student scholarship, and annual reports to open-access journals, conference proceedings, and monographs.
Carroll Scholars provides a meaningful indicator of the institution’s quality, and increases Carroll's visibility, prestige, and public value by collecting, preserving, promoting, and providing global access to the scholarly and intellectual output of the institution--and making it highly discoverable in Google, Google Scholar, and other search engines.
Further, Carroll Scholars demonstrates the breadth, depth, and impact of Carroll undergraduate and faculty research, provides a record of research output to donors and funding organizations, fulfills open access requirements for grants, and assists in recruiting students to research programs on campus. It also provides academic departments with additional means for demonstrating the overall value and impact of their research and learning outcomes.
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