At Lavalla Catholic College we have named our Library Service “The ISC”: This is short for Information Services Centre, and it is a place where you can:
The ISC opens at 8.15 am and closes at 4.20 pm (4.00pm on Fridays). That means it is open:
The ISC has one team of highly skilled staff who work at both the Kildare ISC and the St. Paul’s ISC: They also provide support at the Presentation Campus for both ATLAS9 and for various events and projects.
At the Helpdesk in the ISC, students can have selected Microsoft products, Adobe products and Citrix (virtual network access) installed – at no cost. The Helpdesk staff also assists with a range of hardware and software issues students may face.
There are a limited number of computers available for class use if a student’s device is malfunctioning – please explore these options with the ISC staff.
The ISC also has a range of in-ISC computer charging options for student devices that run out of battery life during the day.
Students/staff use their college username and password to log in. The ISC catalogue also gives access to ClickView Online, a digital database of documentaries and movies.
For direct access to ClickView Online, again using Chrome as the web browser, go to https://online.clickview.com.au/.
ISC staff is constantly purchasing new resources which can be viewed via the ISC catalogue at https://lavalla.concordinfiniti.com/login . Email the ISC staff your purchase suggestions.
There are NO CHARGES for borrowing books, DVDs, graphic novels, audio books or graphic novels.
There are NO OVERDUE ITEM FINES.
Students may have SEVEN items on loan at any time: the borrowing period is 2 weeks or longer if there is a holiday break. Loans are renewable by negotiation. Students wishing to borrow books intended for an older audience require written parental permission.
Printing and photocopying are the only charges in the ISC. Students receive an Identity Card for printing and photocopying that is credited automatically with $5.00 when they start and then $5.00 every semester thereafter. If students need more credit, they can pay for this in an ISCs.