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ENGL 151R: Report Writing (+ Business Plans): Getting Help

Help is Available

If you need help finding sources for your topic, the NCC librarians can assist you. While our physical locations are closed in response to the ongoing health issues surrounding coronavirus, you can contact us via the Chat with an NCC Librarian daily session, by scheduling a virtual Book a Librarian appointment, emailing us your questions, or calling to leave a message. A librarian will respond to you as soon as possible.

Meet with a Librarian

Click here to request your appointment!

Send an Email

You can contact a Librarian by e-mail by sending your question to:

askthelibrarian@northampton.edu

We can give you more detailed help if you attach a copy of your assignment to your message. Be sure to include your e-mail address, so we can send documents to you if needed.

Call the Library

If you’d like to speak to a Librarian by phone, call one of these numbers:

  • Mack Library (Bethlehem Campus) -- 610-861-5359      or
  • ESSA Library (Monroe Campus) -- 570-369-1810.

If you need to leave a message, be sure to include your name, phone number, course you’re taking, and your research question. One of the Librarians will get back to you as soon as possible, during the hours that the Library is open.

NCC Learning Center

Do you need someone to read over your paper or help you with citations? Head over to the Learning Center! Even better, you can make an appointment online today!

Bethlehem

  • Location: College Center 315
  • Call: (610) 861-5517
  • Email: tutoring@northampton.edu

Monroe

  • Location: Keystone 140
  • Call: 570-369-1820
  • Text: 570-995-1928
  • Email: mclc@northampton.edu

The Learning Center also has many guides and handouts available to help you create organized and grammatically correct papers.

Additional Help for Specific Databases

You can find more video tutorials for our databases on the NCC Libraries YouTube channel.  

Many of the databases available through the NCC Libraries have help pages through their official websites as well. An example of this is EBSCO Discovery Service. There may be additional video tutorials available on YouTube