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Finding a book

You have access to over 54,000 printed books and 190,000 electronic books.  These books can give you an in-depth look at literary topics

To find books in the JSCC Library, use the Online Catalog

You will be asked for your Netlogon to access the electronic books in the Online Catalog. 

Ebrary is a collection of 80,000 electronic books.  These books are not yet in the Online Catalog.


Statistical sources

Accessing the JSCC Library from Home

When you access the JSCC Library electronic databases or electronic books from off-campus , you will be prompted for a username and password. 

 This is your Netlogon that you use to log on to campus computers or when you  use Elearn.



    Why Use Library Resources?

    Reference works in the JSCC Library

    Finding Magazines and Journals

    The databases below are suggested ones for starting your research for economic, psychological, sociological and biological aspects of your stories.

    For other databases, go to

    Choose "Find a Journal Article"

    • General Onefile
      General all purpose database with thousands of articles from many different subject areas.
    • JSTOR
      Older articles from scholarly journals.
    • Masterfile Premier
      Contains full-text articles in over 1700 magazines and journals. Indexing and abstracts for over 2700 titles. Subjects covered include general interest, business, health, social sciences, education, humanities, news and current events. Useful for almost any topic.
    • Reader's Guide Full Text Mega
      Full-text articles from a variety of popular magazines and journals.

    Library versus the Internet

    Finding Newspaper articles

    Using the JSCC Library

    Please call Scott Cohen at 425-2615 or email him at if you are having difficulty in locating information or in using the JSCC Library.


      Citation Guides

      Internet Resources


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