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Labor Unions: Other Library Resources

This guide will give and overview of labor unions.

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Shepard Library Hours

Mon. - Thurs.:   7:30am - 2:00am
Fri.:                  7:30am - 5:00pm
Sat.:                 8:00am - 5:00pm 
Sun:                 2:00pm - 2:00am

Holiday and Intersession Schedules

    If visiting is not an option, contacting a librarian is as easy as sending an email, typing up a chat or picking up the phone!

    Phone:   
    Circulation Desk: (919) 530-6426 
    Reference Desk (919) 530-6473
     
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    If you are looking for an item, can't find it in Interlibrary Loans or just have a suggestion for an item you think NCCU should have in Shepard Library, please let us know!

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    Borrowing Materials from Shepherd Library and Other Libraries

    Borrowing from Shepard Library

    All circulating books can be checked out at the Circulation Desk on the first floor. NCCU students, faculty and staff must present a NCCU ID to check out library materials. Shepard Library circulation policies are designed to permit prompt and equitable access to library materials. The staff is committed to meeting the research needs of the library's patrons. The Circulation staff will explain specific borrowing guidelines and fine policies.

    Interlibrary Loan Services

    Shepard Library can borrow materials from other libraries on behalf of its users.  If you need a book, journal article or other item which Shepard Library does not have, you can obtain items by placing an online interlibrary loan request.  Create an an ILLiad account for yourself by clicking on the link below. Follow the instructions for "first time users."

    TRLN Cooperative Library Lending Program

    The TRLN Cooperative Library Lending Program is a lending agreement among the libraries of the Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN).

    NCCU students, faculty and staff are eligible to borrow materials from these other libraries.

    • You will need to provide your NCCU Borrower ID number and your PIN number. (Your borrower ID is your BANNER # and your PIN is the number provided to you by your home library), You may obtain your PIN number at any time by contacting the Circulation Department at 919-530-6426.

        ULAC Cooperative Library Borrowing Program

        The Cooperative Library Lending Borrowing Program brings together the sixteen participating libraries of the constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina in a cooperative direct borrowing program that constitutes one aspect of a policy of broad sharing of library resources. You can find the list of participating libraries by clicking on the ULAC link above and scrolling down to ULAC Cooperative Library Borrowing Program. One is certainly near you!

        • NCCU students requesting borrowing privileges at a participating library must present a valid NCCU student ID card along with another form of photo ID.

        Research Assistance

        Research Assistance

        The Library offers assistance to students working on research papers, assignments and projects. Library Liaisons assist students in finding books and other materials using the Online Catalog, electronic databases, electronic journals, print indices and abstracts, and other resources.
        For assistance do one of the following:

        Library Liaisons

        The library's liaison program links a member of the library with an academic department or school. The liaison librarians:

        • Communicate with the department's faculty and students.
        • Provide information to faculty about library services and collections.
        • Coordinate the selection and ordering of books, periodicals, and other materials.
        • Provide information services in the department's discipline or subject area.

        Contact information for the Library Liaisons and their subjects can be found here.

        Subject Guides

        Web-based Subject Guides on a wide range of subject areas are designed to help you identify information resources relevant to your research, and provide a first step or additional resources. Click on the above link then select the subject you wish to research.

        Online Reference & Citation Resources

        CAVEAT LECTOR - Let the reader beware

         "When you use a research or academic library, the books, journals and other resources have already been evaluated by scholars, publishers and librarians. Every resource you find has been evaluated in one way or another before you ever see it.When you are using the World Wide Web, none of this applies. There are no filters. Because anyone can write a Web page, documents of the widest range of quality, written by authors of the widest range of authority, are available on an even playing field. Excellent resources reside along side the most dubious."
         
        You may access other online sources for research from these links. Please remember these links are external to Shepard Library and to NC Central University and we have no control over their content.
         
         
         
        Google ScholarGoogle Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites. Google Scholar helps you find relevant work across the world of scholarly research.

         

         Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)

         Provides online guidance for MLA and APA style citations, as well as instruction on grammar and mechanics, research, and professional writing

         

         

         Chicago Manual of Style Online Quick Guide

         This style presents bibliographic information in notes and, often, a bibliography. It accommodates a variety of sources, including esoteric ones less appropriate to the author-date system. The Chicago Manual of Style is also available online through the Shepard Library homepage under E-Books. 

         

         

         Learning APA Style

         When editors or teachers ask you to write in APA Style, they are referring to the editorial style that many of the social and behavioral sciences have adopted to present written material in the field.

         

         Research and Documentation Online by Diana Hacker and Barbara Fister

          With advice for finding, evaluating, and documenting sources, this website covers essential information students need to research assignments in any discipline.