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Hours

Regular Hours:

M-Th: 7:30am-8pm

F: 7:30am-4:30pm

S: 9am-2pm

 

The library will be closed August 30 and Sept. 1 in observance of Labor Day.

Other Services

Academic Honesty
by Emily Bush - Last Updated May 1, 2014
Learn what plagiarism is and how to avoid it.
105 views this year
APA Style Guide
by Emily Bush - Last Updated May 1, 2014
Guide to APA style
198 views this year
Book Collections
by Emily Bush - Last Updated Jun 17, 2014
Need a book? Here's a comprehensive list of all our book collections.
2,068 views this year
Faculty Services
by Emily Bush - Last Updated Aug 20, 2014
Library Services for faculty members
405 views this year
Help!
by Emily Bush, Colette Strassburg - Last Updated Jul 23, 2014
This guide answers frequently asked questions about library services and research.
280 views this year
Interlibrary Loan
by Colette Strassburg - Last Updated May 6, 2014
Use this form to request materials through Interlibrary Loan.
585 views this year
Media Center Equipment
by Emily Bush - Last Updated Aug 6, 2014
Guide to equipment for student checkout.
48 views this year
MLA Style
by Emily Bush - Last Updated Jun 11, 2014
Information MLA formatting and citations
1,505 views this year
Researching an Argument
by Colette Strassburg - Last Updated Aug 5, 2014
This guide will help you research and find evidence to support an argument. Students writing an argumentative essay or creating a persuasive speech will find this guide useful.
1,951 views this year
Reserve Textbooks
by Colette Strassburg - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
Course textbooks are available for 2 hour checkouts and must be used inside the Library.
549 views this year
Streaming Films
by Emily Bush - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
Discover our online film collections
720 views this year
 

Events

  • Thursday, Sep 4, 2014: Beginner's Microsoft Word
    2pm
    K163
  • Tuesday, Sep 9, 2014: Computer Basics
    5pm
    K163
  • Thursday, Sep 11, 2014: Exploring Individual Journals
    2pm
    K163
  • Monday, Sep 15, 2014: Beginner's Microsoft Word
    11am
    K163
  • Wednesday, Sep 17, 2014: Beginner's PowerPoint
    1pm
    K163
  • Thursday, Sep 18, 2014: Researching with Historical Newspapers
    2pm
    K163
  • Tuesday, Sep 23, 2014: Beginner's Microsoft Word
    5pm
    K163
  • Tuesday, Sep 23, 2014: Computer Basics
    2pm
    K163
  • Tuesday, Sep 30, 2014: Beginner's PowerPoint
    5pm
    K163
  • Thursday, Oct 2, 2014: MLA Style
    2pm
    K163
  • Thursday, Oct 2, 2014: Mobile Apps Workshop
    11am

    K163
  • Monday, Oct 6, 2014: Research Basics
    2pm

    K163
  • Thursday, Oct 9, 2014: Researching with Open Educational Resources
    2pm
    K163
  • Thursday, Oct 16, 2014: Beginner's Microsoft Word
    2pm
    K163
  • Monday, Oct 27, 2014: MLA Style
    5pm

    K163
  • Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014: Quoting, Paraphrasing and Summarizing
    5pm
    K163
  • Thursday, Oct 30, 2014: Quoting, Paraphrasing and Summarizing
    2pm
    K163
  • Tuesday, Nov 4, 2014: Research Basics
    2pm & 5pm
    K163
  • Wednesday, Nov 12, 2014: Beginner's PowerPoint
    5pm
    K163
  • Tuesday, Nov 18, 2014: Beginner's PowerPoint
    2pm
    K163
 

Research Help

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Ask a Librarian

Phone: 615-353-3555

Email: http://nscc.edu/academics/ask-the-librarian

 

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