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Elizabeth City Campus library is on the first floor of the B building.
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Dare Campus library is located near the front entrance of the Administration Building at the Russell Twiford Road location.
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Credo Reference contains 3 million entries covering all major academic subjects. Try it as a starting point for research.
Wilson OmniFile Full Text provides access to articles from 4,500 periodicals, many available in full text. It excels in providing scholarly articles from academic journals.
Through NC Live, library users may access several collections of summaries, citations and full-text articles from hundreds of newspapers, magazines, academic journals and other sources. You can find full-text books and other useful research tools.
Start your research with Encyclopedia Britannica, the world’s best-known general-interest encyclopedia. The Online Academic Edition contains thousands more articles than the print encyclopedia, plus photos, illustrations, videos and a feature for comparing statistics on any two countries side by side.
The Oxford English Dictionary tells the history of the English language word by word. Find the meaning, history and pronunciation of 600,000 words – past and present.
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