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Welcome to the Library Guide for ENG 101, Pam Lange. The Library at NCCC houses over 75,000 volumes and over 200 print periodical subscriptions. We have desktop computers for your use, along with laptops and Kindles that you may check out. We subscribe to about 100 databases for finding articles, which gives you access to over 25,000 journals and newspapers.
This guide has been developed especially for your class, to give you an idea of the sources and services available to you in your college library. Click on the tabs above to start your research.
Everything: Searches every type of material accessible through the Lewis Library, including print books, e-books, journals, newspapers, etc.
Library Catalog: Searches physical items, such as print books, print journals, DVDs, CDs, and audiobooks immediately available through the Library
Articles: Searches databases for digital materials such as academic journal articles, newspaper & magazine articles, reports, and reference entries. You can also search the databases directly to take advantage of additional search features
Course Reserves: Searches textbooks and other materials reserved by instructors
Databases contain journal articles, ebooks, media, and news resources.
Enter title keywords to find a specific database. For example, Academic OneFile or JSTOR. Or browse them by subject here.
Enter a keyword to search for Library research guides for your class or topic. For example, ENG101 or Nursing.
The World Factbook provides information on the history, people and society, government, economy, energy, geography, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues for 267 world entities.
80 ebooks intended for a general audience which present a description and analysis of the historical setting and the social, economic, political, and national security systems and institutions of select countries throughout the world.
Do you need a quiet environment in order to study effectively? You can book a study room through the link below.