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Thousands of scholarly journals, news sources, streaming videos, data sources, and more are available through NC Libraries "Search Everything" box below and on the library homepage. Or you can search databases individually from our A-Z list - for example, these databases for education and professional development (ERIC, etc.).
Use your NC network account when prompted to view videos and full text from both on campus and off.
Please see our Borrow Items page for details about what you can borrow, the length of loans, etc. To find books and DVDs, use the Search Everything box above or on our homepage, then click "on NC Library Shelves" to filter the results.
Drop by the library with your staff ID card or fill out this form to create a library account.
Each Niagara College program has a designated Subject Specialist with a focused knowledge regarding relevant Library resources and services that will help students succeed.
Your program specialist is happy to work with you to provide the teaching and learning materials you need for your class. Look for your Subject Specialist's contact information in the document listed below:
Do you want to add curated library resources to Blackboard for your students? Use the new LibApps LTI Tool to add a Research 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.
"Copyright sign made of jigsaw puzzle pieces separated" by Horia Varlan is licensed under CC BY 2.0.
Visit our Copyright for Faculty and Staff Guide for information on Niagara College Practices and Policies, alternative sources, and everything else you've ever wanted to know about Canadian copyright in and educational setting!
ncLibraries is happy to provide faculty and staff with a series of learning modules designed to help you understand copyright. Login to Blackboard and look under "My Apps" for "Copyright Literacy" to find the modules.
Can't find what you need in the library collections and databases?
We might be able to borrow it for you from another library - simply fill out an Interlibrary Loan Request Form and you'll get a timely response from the library staff. You might also be able to borrow it yourself directly from another College or Brock University.
For more information please see this page on ILL and direct borrowing agreements.
If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
You may be interested in some of these great titles available from our databases (you will need to login with your network ID and password):