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Welcome to the Western Nevada College Library!
All of the Library staff and Academic Coaches are excited to see you! If this is your first semester or if you're a returning student, we are all happy to help in any way that we can. Have a wonderful semester and we hope to see you in the library!
- We have a new database! HeinOnline Academic includes more than 100 million pages of multidisciplinary content in more than 100 subject areas, including history, political science, criminal justice, religious studies, international relations, women’s studies, pre-law, and many more. Sign into the library catalog first for full access.
- WNC Professional Development Canvas
Houses instructional support activities and courses for Western Nevada College. These include the Instructional Toolbox, and other Professional Development opportunities.
- Online Academic Coaching has moved!
In all Canvas courses, there is now a link in the course navigation column that reads "Online Academic Coaching Hub." Clicking this link will take you to both the new home of the WNC academic coaching system AND NetTutor for 24/7 assistance.
Drop in assistance is also available. For the most up-to-date availability, please contact the library circulation desk at (775) 445-3229 (Carson City campus) or (775) 445-3392 (Fallon campus).
- New tutorials!
The library has added tutorials from Niche Academy, a fantastic resource that provides tutorials on how to use the various databases, research tips, software guidance, and more. You can view all of the tutorials on this page, but look out for them in your Canvas classes and across the various subject guides as the semester progresses.
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