WCC Single Search

WCC Single Search

Erwin Library users will now find a group of tabs on the homepage providing a portal to all options now available through WCC Single Search for making the most of the library’s ever-expanding collection of electronic, as well as print, resources. A WCC Single Searching Guide is available to help you with developing your search strategy.

Single Search tab

  • A search box to begin searching the WCC Single Search discovery service, powered by EBSCO, which provides an integrated search of all database, e-book, and video streaming resources subscribed to by the Erwin Library combined with those in the NC LIVE aggregate database
  • As the search progresses, many more search parameters allowing a user to focus his or her search to better serve individual research needs, including topic, format, publication date, or type of publication limiters
  • Below the WCC Single Search box under the “Library Guides and Resources” heading, access the Tutorials, Citation and Subject Guides page to find the WCC Single Searching Guide, and an Add Video URLs to Moodle class pages tutorial for faculty, as well as guides for appropriately citing resources in paper and projects
  • Also under the “Library Guides and Resources” heading, access the Internet Resource Links page to find a comprehensive, categorized and annotated list of free website links to everything from government publications to weather reports, from the Center for Disease Control to Project Gutenberg

OPAC Search tab

Journals A-Z Search tab

  • A search box which allows a user to search for all available issues of a single journal, magazine or newspaper title
  • After the initial search is complete, the option of either browsing the contents of a single issue, or conducting a topic search across the content of all available issues of that journal
  • Below the Journals A-Z search box under the “Library Guides and Resources” heading, access the Tutorials, Citation and Subject Guides page to find a Browse A-Z Journal Titles tutorial, as well as other guides to using Erwin Library Resources

Library Card Application
Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC)