Off-Campus access to many SCC Library resources is restricted to current students, faculty, and staff. Users unaffiliated with SCC should use NC LIVE.
When prompted, use your SCC username & password.
If you do not know your password, you may use the password reset site.
If you still have issues, please call the Help Desk at 386-3434.
If our library doesn't own an item, don't worry! We can usually borrow the material from another library - often at no cost to you! Delivery times will vary. Contact Sebrina Mabe (336) 386-3459 email@example.com
We have downloadable audio books on a variety of topics, including fiction, language learning, history, biography, classic literature, & more. Download our free OneClickdigital app for your iPhone, iPad, iPod, Kindle fire, or Android.
Recorded Books will be hosting training webinars for library patrons. This webinar is offered several times. Select the date and time that works best for you here.
Alan Unsworth, Surry Community College’s Director of Academic Support and Research, received the North Carolina Community College Library Association’s (NCCCLA) Achievement Award during the NCCCLA’s annual conference held March 30-31 at Carteret Community College in Morehead City.
JSTOR: Language and Literature Collection.
Literature Resource Center: Up-to-date biographical information, overviews, full-text literary criticism and reviews.
LitFinder: Poems, poem citations and excerpts, short stories, essays, speeches, plays, biographies, work summaries, photographs, and a glossary.
Or go to our Research Guide for English & Literature
Oxford's Very Short Introductions offers concise and original introductions to a wide range of subjects--from Islam to Sociology, Politics to Classics, and Literary Theory to History.
It is not simply a textbook of definition
It gives a readable evolution of the subject in question
Click here to see the full list of these helpful books.
If we do not own a copy of the one you are interested in, let us know by submitting a request.
Googling is quick, easy, and convenient and can yield a vast array of impressive results. But while the open web is a valuable resource for the kinds of information you look for day to day, it has serious limitations when you're doing research for a scholarly paper.
Click here to see more interesting videos.
Yes, we have good ones (Fiction and Non Fiction)
You can enjoy a fiction book, or learn something new from a non-fiction one, all with cool graphics and cartoons.
Check our library display this week, or search in our online catalog for "graphic books".
Ask your librarian where to find them.
We are renovating our collection so we have some books on sale. Get some books for your summer reading. There are books about Chemistry, Physics, Geology, technology, art, gardening, among others.
In addition to helping staff the reference desk, she handles all interlibrary loan requests through the Community College Libraries in North Carolina & the Online Computer Library Center. She is also responsible for the Archives and the Carlos Surratt Genealogy Rooms. Reference requests for special collections should be directed to her. Inquiries regarding archival donations or genealogy research are welcomed.
Contact Sebrina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quickly learn how to research at SCC with our library website tutorial.
We will walk you through the process of finding high-quality information via our website and search tool, Summon, which brings together article, eBook, and video databases, plus our book collection -- all in one search box.
He manages the Academic Support Center on the 2nd level of the Library, where tutoring and paper-writing assistance are freely available for students. He also oversees library research on campus, and can be contacted for one-on-one research sessions or group sessions.
Please contact Alan at email@example.com or 386-3317 if you have questions about tutoring or your research project.
Try out our brand-new, professional library tutorial!
This easy-to-use tutorial will help you understand the difference between getting your information from a random website via Google or from a credible library-provided article, book, or ebook.
She is responsible for cataloging and processing all of our new books & DVDs, and she also works on library marketing projects and manages our Facebook page. Maria Luisa recently received her graduate degree in library science and can assist you with research as well as word processing and spreadsheet questions.
Contact Maria Luisa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Try out our new psychology research tutorial.
This online tool will help guide you through the process of finding information about famous psychologists and important psychological theories.
It just takes a few minutes, and you'll be all set to do quality research at SCC.
She can help you with all issues related to your library account, including checking books and DVDs in and out, handling fines and/or overdue issues, and answer most questions about our library. A recent graduate of UNC-G, Lindsay has plans to also attend graduate school for a library science degree.
Contact Lindsay at email@example.com.
Dr. David Wright is the Associate Dean of Learning Resources and oversees the SCC Library. David handles all administrative functions, orders materials for the library, answers research and library-related questions, works closely with SCC faculty and administration, and teaches library instruction sessions.
Contact David at firstname.lastname@example.org or 386-3252.
Summer Hours Will start on Monday, May 22, 2017
Come to the library and ask for Alan or Maria.
The Culinary Arts Collection offers a smorgasbord of information—more than five million articles from more than 250 major cooking and nutrition magazines, as well as book reference content from Delmar such as About Wine, Introduction to Catering, Advanced Bread and Pastry, and Eat Fit Be Fit.
If you are looking for a Summer Job and you don't have your resume ready, you should try our new free tool to build your resume.
With Cypress Resume you can get it done in only 3 steps.
If you need help, come to the library and we will walk you through.
Jobs listed here have been selected from those occupations projected to add the most new employees through 2018, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Ferguson's Career Guidance Center is a comprehensive resource for career exploration and planning that allows users to quickly find the valuable career information they need, whether it’s industry and professions articles, school planning resources, or skills and career advice.
Come to the library we can walk you through.