Ebrary - 19,000 books on line!
Visit ebrary to get access to over 19,000 ebooks that support the library's 60,000+ print volumes.
Set up your account and you can read, print, highlight and even listen to the text!
Ask a Librarian
For further help, please contact the library's Reference Department. You may:
* Call us at (413) 755-4549 during library hours, or come in to the Library in Building 27 of the STCC campus.
* Ask a librarian by e-mail. Please include your name and e-mail address so we can back to you as quickly as possible. Our goal is to respond within 48 hours.
Reference Books on African American History
Use reference books for concepts, vocabulary and bibliography!
What is the Catalog?
Your catalog provides access to the STCC library's collection of:
- audiovisual materials (cds, dvds, vhs, etc.)
- reference books, and
Additionally, we are able to borrow material from over 100 libraries through the C/W MARS (Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing) system. This means that if we don't have an item you want, check other libraries (see instructions in left side bar) and the item will be shipped here within approximately 4 business days, no charge to you!
You can use the box below to do a simple keyword search in the STCC catalog (see left sidebar):
Harriet Jacobs on Youtube
Video: Save our History - Voices of Civil Rights
Patrons of the STCC library now have access to Films on Demand (on campus | off campus), a database of streaming videos that includes hundreds of educational films in dozens of academic disciplines, including many related to art, architecture and photography.
Just one of the many videos in the collection is Save our History: Voices of Civil Rights, an archive of oral histories of the Civil Rights Movement. The video can be accessed from the STCC campus without logging in, but in order to access the video from off campus, you must have first created an account in Films on Demand, and then log in below using your user ID or email and your password.