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Online Materials and Tools
The NWACC Library has thousands of digital materials available for you.
Use the filters & limiters to find on ebooks, journal articles, streaming video, and other online resources
Access ~130 college-level search tools to find journal articles, ebooks, news, and more!
Use a research guides to help you navigate assignments in most NWACC classes such as psychology, sociology, nursing, and more!
Do-It-Yourself Library Research Guide
This guide will help you troubleshoot what you are trying to research whether that be using databases, finding sources, or more. Feel free to reach out to a librarian for extra help!
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Make an Appointment with a Librarian
Need help on an assignment? Want a librarian to look over your citations? Not sure which search tool to use? Confused when navigating the databases? Drawing a blank for good keywords? We can help!
Books & DVDs
Need a physical item from the Library's collection? Request them online. Use our Grab and Go contactless pick up service.
Need help to get started? Check out our instructions.
We can email journal articles from the library's collections and from other libraries at no charge. This service is available for current NWACC students, faculty and staff only
Interlibrary loan is a service for NWACC patrons to borrow materials from over 6,700 libraries throughout the United States and Canada. If our library doesn't have the book or article you need, we can try to get it for you from another library.
Grab and Go Printing
Need to print something? Send it in, and we'll have it ready for you. Pick it up in a contactless manner.
Every student begins the semester with a $5.00 printing/copying credit provided by the Library. This credit is "use it or lose it" and does not roll into the next semester.