Search the catalog to find books in the library.


Select and search one of our E-Book resources to locate e-books.


Search resources which contain the following types of articles:

Academic Search Premier

Journal Finder

Looking for a specific magazine, newspaper or journal?

Search our Journal Finder by title to see if it is available online,
or view a list of our print collection.

Electronic Media

Select and search resources which contain streaming videos, audio or images.

Physical Media

Search the catalog for DVDs, CDs and other media available in the library.

Many instructors make textbooks, articles, and other course material available through our reserve collection. To locate, you will need one of the following:

Course title, instructor name, course number, title and/or author


Search the course reserves catalog.

NY Times Online!

We are happy to announce the digital version of The New York Times. To access The New York Times online or through IOS or Android apps sign up now for a free account. Let us know if you have any questions about this new resource.

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INFS 2520 Alternative Knowledge: How Radical Ideas Are Communicated In Society

This course will introduce you to "alternative/non-mainstream" ideas and communities and how they communicate their ideas to the broader society.

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We would like input from you about our Research Help services. Your feedback will be used to improve our services to support your research needs. This survey is confidential and takes just two minutes to complete.

MCTC's Library Information Technology (LIT) Program will equip you with the practical and conceptual skills to work in technology-driven libraries and information agencies.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the library hours?

Our regular Fall & Spring Semester hours are:

  • Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.–9:45 p.m.
  • Friday: 8 a.m.–5:45 p.m.
  • Saturday: 9 a.m.–3:45 p.m.

View the library calendar for a full listing of our hours.

How do I borrow material from the Library?

To borrow material from the Library, bring the items you would like to check out to our circulation desk. You will need your MCTC ID which also works as your library card

Where do I return items?

Items can be returned at our circulation desk, or at the book drop which is located just outside the main entrance of Wheelock Whitney Hall

How to I access Resources from off campus?

To access Resources from off campus you will need your Library barcode or your student ID number. View instructions for off campus access.

Where can I find research help?

We offer a number of services to assist you. To learn about the types of research help services we offer, check out our research help pages.