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For Distance Learners...(SCC Online Students)


Off-Campus Access
To access our research databases (Find Articles page) from off-campus, you will need a username and password. Please see our Off-Campus Access page for more information or call us at (864) 592-4764. You can also email us on our Ask-A-Librarian page.
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ITP Students
Please see our Subject Guide for Interpreting / ASL students.
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Find Books
To see all of our book options, please visit our Find Books & Videos page
Use the Library's Catalog to search for books that are in our library. You can come to our library to use or check out these materials. If you live outside of Upstate South Carolina, we will mail books from our collection to your home, and we will include a self-addressed stamped envelope for you to return the book at no cost.
We also have a large collection (over 200,000) of electronic books available via the eBook Collection. This is the full-text of the entire book available online. You cannot download these books, but you can print out small sections if desired. Note: eBook Collection allows only one user to view a particular book at a time, so if you get a busy notification, simply wait a few minutes and try again.
If you need a book from another library, we will place the request for you. Simply fill out the Interlibrary Loan Book Request Form to submit a request.
To find books from other libraries, see our Area Libraries page, or the Pascal (SC academic libraries) page.
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Find Articles
To find a magazine or journal article on a specific topic, you will want to visit our Find Articles page, select the subject area that best fits your needs, and search one of the Library Databases listed in that subject area. For advice on which database to use or which subject area to begin looking in, ask a Librarian -- at the Information Desk in the library, by phone at (864) 592-4654, or Ask-A-Librarian via email.
If you need to request an article that we do not have access to, use the Interlibrary Loan Article Request Form to submit your request.
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Find Online Reference Material
Please see the Online Books & Encyclopedias section of the Find Articles page:

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