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What's Available

Print Resources
Electronic Resources
Media Resources
Computer Resources

 


Print Resources

Books: The Norco College Library Main Stacks collection contains over 26,000 books covering a wide range of academic subjects. Find out what is available in the Library Catalog.

Reference Sources: The Reference Collection contains encyclopedias, almanacs, dictionaries, directories, handbooks, indexes, statistical sources and more. Since these books are consulted rather than read, they are Library Use Only and do not circulate.

Journals: Journals are scholarly publications written for a specialized audience; for instance JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, is written for the medical profession.

Magazines: Popular magazines are written to inform or entertain the general public; People, Time, Sports Illustrated, and Ebony are examples.

Newspapers: The Norco College Library subscribes to local, regional, national and international newspapers.

Electronic Resources

Library Catalog: Library Catalog contains records for all the library materials owned by 3 RCCD campus libraries.

Electronic Resources
: Both general and subject-specialized indexes may be searched to locate information about a topic in journals, magazines, newspapers, and other databases.

Guides/Tutorials can be used to assist with the research process.

Media Resources

Videorecordings: Videorecordings covering a wide range of subjects are available for viewing in the library. Videos and DVDs are Library Use Only and are not available for check out by students or community borrowers. Faculty may check out videos for 7 days for instructional use.

Computer Resources

Adaptive Technology Workstation: The Norco College Library has one workstation with Adaptive Technology Software to accommodate our patrons with special needs.

Computer Workstations: Workstations are available at the Norco College College which provide access to Word Processing and the Internet. Students, faculty and staff of RCCD have first priority for their use. Click Here for all the details regarding Internet use in the RCCD libraries.