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Last Updated: Jan 27, 2014 URL: http://libguides.cfcc.edu/onlinelearning Print Guide RSS Updates
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Get your CFCC ID Card

Registering your ID for use as a Library Card allows you to check out books, movies, reserve items and more.

 (You also get discounts at many area businesses.)

Can't come into the library?  No problem!  If you are taking ONLY Online Learning (Internet-only) classes and do not live in New Hanover, Pender, or Brunswick counties, just fill out the Online Learning Library Card Form and we will send you your library account info.  If you are taking classes on campus, and/or live nearby, you should visit one of the libraries to get a CFCC ID Card and we will register it for you on the spot!  ID Schedule

 

Set up your myCFCC password

Your myCFCC login gets you on the Library's computers and lets you access electronic resources from off-campus.

To set your password, go to WebAdvisor.

Be prepared with your ID number and an idea for an 8-digit password that includes a mix of upper & lower case letters and numbers.

 

myCFCC Resources

                              

My Classes        SAM2010          WebAdvisor

(Blackboard)        (Testing)        (Schedules, Fin. Aid)

 

Research: Getting Started

Searching tips to help you with your research.

 

Find Books, DVDs, & More

Find Articles

Take a look at some of our most popular databases (you will need to know your myCFCC username and password to get access off-campus).

 

Scan the Online Learning website

Online Learning

Need help with something outside of the library?  Browse the main Online Learning website for assistance.

 

Get Library help--even when the Library is closed

• Follow the “Research Guides” link to see suggested search strategies for your academic program, or for general topics such as avoiding plagiarism or evaluating web resources

 

• Choose “Ask a Librarian” to email your question to the CFCC Reference staff

 

• Can’t wait for an answer? The “NC Knows” link takes you into a live chat with a research librarian who will help with your question and forward it on to CFCC for follow-up the next business day if you would like.

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