Sometimes you need to search the web to find certain kinds of information sources.
Some examples include:
Beyond what you can find using general search engines, like Google, there is Google Scholar, which searches:
Because the web is vast and unmonitored in terms of quality, it is important to learn how to use web search engines to their fullest potential.
Access Google Scholar through the link below to be connected to resources accessible through the NCCC Library.
A lot of the content in Google Scholar requires you to pay for an article or subscription. The NCCC Library has access to many of these articles through the databases, and much more, through interlibrary loan. You can use Google Scholar to search and the library to get access to the articles.
Here is how:
Important: If the Library does not have the article, you can request it through interlibrary loan. It is free!