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WCCC Library: Library Online Resources

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WCCC Library's Online Resources

WCCC Library's Online Resources

The WCCC Library has three main portals which can be used to access all databases.  


You will be asked to provide a username and password to log into the databases.  This is your Network/Email username and password, the same information you use to log into your student email and the computers and WiFi on campus.  Please click here to learn more about this username and password.


Click on the title of the database in BLUE to access the database.  

EBSCO Discovery Service

This is the Library's largest database that covers information for all classes.  
Search through online databases for e-books, peer-reviewed journal articles, newspaper articles, and 1000's of periodicals. Databases included are: 
Academic Search Premier, Business Source Elite, CINAHL with Full Text, European Views of the Americas: 1493 to 1750, GreenFILE, Legal Information Reference Center, Literary Reference Center, MasterFILE Elite, Middle Search Plus, Military & Government Collection, Points of View Reference Center, Primary Search, Regional Business News, and Small Business Reference Center.

Blooms Literature Database

Bloom's Literature Database

This database is specifically for literature classes, such as Comp II, American Lit, Brit Lit, etc.

This resource contains more than 20,000 critical essays from over 500 literary journals and 2,300 scholarly and critical books, including 700 titles published by Bloom's Literary Criticism and Facts On File. Also included in the database are more than 13,000 biographies, 45,000 character entries, 5,000 synopses of literary works and hundreds of images and videos.

Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy

Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy

This database is specific to students who are studying anatomy, including any pre-nursing classes or medical assisting classes.  

Engaging, interactive models bring science to life, allowing students to better visualize and understand human anatomy, supporting university coursework. Students and instructors can manipulate and explore 3D models that are paired with reference and periodical content for further understanding.

Please Note:  This database does not work with any version of Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge.  Chrome or Mozilla Firefox are recommended.


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The citations from Blooms Literature, MasterPlots, and Literature Resource Center are not always correct!  Please check the link below to see how these citations should look.

How to Cite from Blooms, etc.