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ncLibraries has a robust online collection that consists of eBooks, journal databases, and streaming videos, all of which are available for students to use on or off campus, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (most titles can be viewed by simultaneous users). Titles can easily be linked to in Blackboard for use in the classroom.
Library subject specialists are available to help you find these resources and answer any questions that you might have about them. Look for your liaison's contact information in your program's customizable Subject Guide.
Add a Subject Guide to Blackboard
Do you want to add curated library resources to Blackboard for your students? Use the new LibApps LTI Tool to add a Subject Guide to your course. Follow the directions below or watch the video for more details:
In your Blackboard course go to:
The tool will now appear in the menu of your course! Please note that each library resource page is customized to the program associated with the course.
ncLibraries' has thousands of eBook titles in its collection, all of which can be used to either complement or replace traditional textbooks.
Our collection can be found in the following databases:
ncLibraries subscribes to several video streaming databases, which are fully licensed alternatives to YouTube.
Our streaming videos can be found in the following databases:
Looking for a particular title or for a video on a particular topic? Contact the library liaison listed on the Subject Guide for your program for support.
Thousands of scholarly journals, news sources, streaming videos, data sources, and more are available through ncLibraries databases.
View the full list here or find results from many of the databases at once by searching here:
You can link to these sources in Blackboard by using the persistent link provided by the databases, e.g., look for the permalink (Ebscohost) or document URL (Proquest). See the video below for more information:
The Niagara College Library Digital Repository is a part of the Colleges Object Repository (CORe), a collaborative initiative aimed at creating access to unique digital content. The Niagara College Repository enables storage, preservation, and retrieval of digital objects including faculty and student research, GIS projects, archival material, and multimedia across participating departments. The repository is an on-going project, and new objects are added regularly. We encourage our users to explore and see what's new!
For more information about using or contributing to the repository, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org