Online Library Forms
Nash Community College has a cooperative agreement with ECU's Joyner Library allowing NCC students, faculty and staff to access ECU's Joyner Library databases when visiting the ECU campus. Borrower's cards will be provided free of charge to currently registered NCC students and currently employed faculty and staff and will be valid for a period of one academic semester. To obtain a borrower's card at the ECU library, photo identification and verification issued by NCC of current enrollment/application status are required.
- Dean, Learning Resources
Call (252)451-8248 for for usernames and passwords.
The electronic databases are accessed from the College’s web site, www.nashcc.edu Select “Library” under “Quick Links.”
•Credo Reference is an easy-to-use tool for research projects and homework. Search in hundreds of encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, quotations, and subject-specific titles, as well as 200,000+ images and audio files, and nearly 100 videos.
•A to Z the World Featuring over 170 country profiles, A to Z World will be useful for students in countless courses from Communication to Culinary. This easy-to-use database highlights Business and Culture, Health and Medical, Food and Recipes, Maps, Newsfeed, and much more.
•NC-LIVE - a group of 40+ separate online databases on a variety of general and academic subjects - www.nclive.org. At the “college” prompt, select “Nash Community College.” Password : _______________(call 451-8248)
Instructions: There are two primary ways of accessing information. A quick method is to type the search terms in the “Search” box (may not yet be available remotely). A second method is to scroll to “Browse” and select the appropriate category. For example, if “Current Issues” is selected, a list of applicable databases and a brief description of each will be retrieved that may either broaden or narrow the search. Once the desired database has been selected, articles will be displayed by date of publication (latest date first). When given the option, the user may wish to select “full-text.” Full bibliographic information is included as well as links to other relevant information.
•Gale Literature Resource Center - consists of three components: Contemporary Authors, Contemporary Literary Criticism Select, and Dictionary of Literary Biography.
Instructions: Type “nash” in the Library ID box. The “Basic Search” screen is the default. The user may make another search selection from the tabs on the blue tool bar. Type the search terms and click “search.”
•STAT!Ref (Username and passwords can be obtained by emailing the library at
, or by calling 451-8248. Select Functional Anatomy to access the animations.)
This is a medical database with 35 well-known textbooks with full image and full text. Licensed by the North Carolina Community College System.
Library Resources Videos
Click the Playlist tab to choose a video.