Library Hours−Spring 2016
Our subscription databases are licensed to the college through a number of sources. For more information how our databases are funded, please contact Brian O'Connor, Interim Director of Library Services: email@example.com.
This guide was adapted by former library director Linda Larkin with permission of Mary Ann Weiglhofer.
Research help is available through online chat 24 hrs/day, 7 days/week.
Not sure where to get started with your research? Check out some of our more popular databases on campus.
Find books in our collection...
Search our catalog to locate books, films, and other materials in our collection.
If you'd like a book or film transferred to your branch campus library for your use, just ask!
Can't find what you're looking for?
- Ask a librarian for assistance.
- Visit our research databases for journal articles or reference works on your topic.
- Ask about getting the book or article from another library, using our interlibrary loan services.
Get books through Interlibrary Loan...
To request item through INTERLIBRARY LOAN, either contact a librarian with your request or do it yourself using the following steps:
- Search WorldCat for what you need.
- Click on the record for the item you're interested in.
- Look for the option to "Borrow this item from another library (Interlibrary Loan)". Or look for the "ILL" icon on upper left of the toolbar.
- This should generate a request form, with required fields marked with asterisks. Complete the required fields, making sure to indiciate whether your campus library is Saranac Lake, Malone, or Ticonderoga.
- When your book arrives, notification will be sent to your NCCC email account.
Note: To request a journal article (as opposed to a book), please ask for assistance.
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Databases by Catagory
Chronicle of Higher Ed
We have full online access to The Chronicle of Higher Education from campus, your home, or mobile devices. Please contact a library staff member for our username and password.