- Ozark Christian College has been thoroughly committed to the core concepts of Information Literacy (IL) since its founding in 1942. OCC has always desired to graduate life-long, information literate Bible students for the work of Christian ministry.
- A simple definition for IL: "The ability to know when there is a need for information, to be able to identify, locate, evaluate, and effectively use that information for the issue or problem at hand."
- More specifically, OCC wants to prepare biblically literate graduates, ones who have internalized "The ability to exegete and apply the inspired Word of God accurately for the evangelization of the lost and the edification of the saved." The core values of the college embody the goals of IL with a Christ-centered emphasis. See the glossary for some of the key IL terms that faculty and students need to know. OCC has implemented a proactive plan regarding Information Literacy.
- You may contact the Reference Librarian RefLib@OCC.edu.
Mango Languages Resource
Mango Languages creates enjoyable language-learning experiences for students, faculty, staff and alumni. Mango's software teaches real conversations in over 60 languages and makes it fun. You'll learn to speak new languages and met new cultures through authentic experiences. This tool is available 24/7 either online or mobile until Summer 2015.
For faculty, staff, students, and library patrons, please use your OCC email or a valid email address along with your library card number.
For alumni without library cards, please use the special library card number of 28501500047613, along with a valid e-mail address.