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RCC Library Databases

  • A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy
    Includes detailed graphics and advanced functionality combined with an award-winning Multimedia Encyclopedia, a complete library of 3D images, and over 3,000 illustrations for learning clinical concepts. This resource is designed to enhance allied health, nursing, continuing medical education (CME) or other medical related courses requiring the study of clinical applications and concepts. Licensed by the North Carolina Community College System
  • Credo Reference
    Online reference collection featuring full-text content of over 500 reference books covering a broad range of subjects
  • Films on Demand  
    21,000+ academic, career and technical education videos on topics ranging from anthropology to world languages. Includes Oscar, Emmy and Peabody award winning documentaries, interviews, instructional and vocational training videos, historical speeches and newsreels.
  • LearningExpress Library  
    Practice tests and self-paced courses for students & adult learners. ASVAB, GED, GRE, SAT, resume and cover letter writing courses and more
  • Literature Resource Center via Artemis  
    Articles, critical essays, work and topic overviews, full-text works, and biographies covering authors, their works, and literary movements
    **Select Randolph Community College and enter password**
    Searchable, electronic collections of popular magazine, newspaper, and scholarly journal articles, eBooks, audioBooks, historical materials, maps, and much more - covering a wide range of topics.
  • New York Times  
  • Opposing Viewpoints in Context
    **Enter password when asked for “library ID, barcode, or other ID”**
    Provides information on social issues; includes viewpoint articles, topic overviews, statistics, primary documents, links to websites, and full-text magazine and newspaper articles.
  • Pronunciator Language Learning  
    Language learning for 80 languages and ESL for 50 non-English languages, including audio lessons, interactive textbooks, quizzes, phrasebooks and pronunciation analysis. Users must create a personal account to use this resource.
  • Salem History - The Decades Series
    **Password required both on and off-campus**
    Online version of the print titles available in RCC library of the critically acclaimed American history series covering the decades of the 1920s - 1990s; also includes, "Great Lives from History: Notorious Lives."
  • Salem Literature - Critical Insights Series  
    **Password required both on and off-campus**
    Includes the best of both classic and current literary criticism of some of the world’s most-studied literature. These volumes are the online version of the print titles in the RCC Library and each one focuses on an individual author’s entire body of work or on a single work of literature. See the "more information" button above for complete title list.
  • STAT!Ref
    **Requires SPECIAL username and password. To obtain, text 336-308-8801, e-mail or call 336-633-0204**
    A medical database with recent editions of full-text, full-image, textbooks and the NCLEX PN and RN test reviews. Licensed by the North Carolina Community College System.
  • Wall Street Journal  
    Full articles from the Wall Street Journal (1981-current)

Off-Campus Access

Passwords are required to use all library databases and eBooks off-campus.

Passwords change every fall semester. Use chat, text, email, or telephone to request the password. Please include your name and date of birth in all requests.

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7:30 a.m. — 8 p.m.     

7:30 a.m. — 3 p.m.

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