Good news! Even though the Library's physical facilities are closed this semester, NCC students, faculty and staff are now able to borrow real paper books and other materials using our new Library to Go service.
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Hello, Online Students!
Need help with finding sources, searching databases, formatting citations, or just deciding on a paper topic? The NCC Librarians are ready to help. Even though we're all working from home just like you, we can chat online during the following hours:
For more ways to reach us, and a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), click here. You can also send an e-mail question to email@example.com, or set up a private online appointment with a librarian by using the "Book A Librarian" request form.
We look forward to hearing from you!
This Research Guide will help you find Library resources that discuss the U.S. Constitution and its history, including books, journals, online subscription databases and websites.
A survey of Constitutional law emphasizing civil rights and individual liberties, this course will provide students with a general understanding of the major issues in Constitutional law, including the structure of the U.S. government; the separation of powers between branches of the federal government; federalism and states' rights; and the balance of the interests of the government with that of the individual in a diverse society.
The NCC Librarians are happy to receive your text message!
Send your research questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to include an e-mail address for us to reply to, in case we need to attach documents when assisting you.