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This guide is intended to help you research topics in Biology, a subject with a wide variety of library resources. Use the blue tabs at the top to navigate to the specific type of resource that you need.
Research Library provides one-stop access to a wide range of popular academic subjects and includes full-text access for thousands of titles, including scholarly journals, trade publications, magazines, and newspapers.
The Public Health Database is the ideal starting point for public health information for students, teachers, researchers, and professionals. It delivers core public health literature from thousands of publications, much of it in full text.
The eBook Academic Collection from EBSCO contains a selection of multidisciplinary eBook titles representing a broad range of academic subject matter. Over 119,000 titles are included in this package, and titles are added to the package each month at no additional cost. All titles are available with unlimited user access.
Interlibrary and Intercampus Loan Requests
The Libraries’ Intercampus Loan service allows active students, faculty and staff to request materials to be transferred between campus libraries. To request a book or article through Interlibrary Loan, you must provide complete and accurate bibliographical information. The reference staff can help you find the information you need. Turn around time for Interlibrary Loan is usually 14 days or longer. Sometimes delivery is faster if the lending library is in the Georgia region. Click on the link above to get started!
Southern Crescent Technical College Libraries seeks to provide quality service to all patrons. The Library follows the Code of Conduct established by the College and additional rules specific to the Library. The Library will enforce these rules. They have been adopted to enable the Library to provide the proper environment for staff and patrons. Unacceptable behavior includes but is not limited to:
Loud talking or other noise
Physical threats or abuse
Abusive or foul language
Running and roaming
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Failure to pay fines or other Library costs when due
Use of alcohol or mood-altering drugs on college property
Inappropriate sexual conduct
Patrons will be requested to leave if unacceptable behavior occurs. Students may be reported to the office of the Dean of Academic Affairs. Suspension of Library privileges may occur if a patron is found to have engaged in unacceptable behavior in the Library. Notice of suspension will be sent to the office of the Dean of Academic Affairs. Appeal of the suspension may be made in writing to the Dean of Academic Affairs. Proper authorities will be notified when criminal code violations occur.