All students taking online classes through JSCC – including high school students enrolled in the Career & College Promise (CCP) program – have access to the full range of resources and services offered by the library. Resources include online journal and newspaper databases, streaming video collections, e-books and audiobooks, and more – and the library staff are happy to provide research support or troubleshooting via phone or e-mail. If you're currently enrolled, you can:
All library digital resources are available both on- and off-campus, 24 hours a day.
If you're at JSCC's main campus, you're automatically authenticated – no log-in required.
When opening a database, e-book, or other resource, you'll be prompted to log into the library's proxy server. There are two authentication options:
Depending on the link you're following, you might see a page from NC LIVE that asks you to choose your library. Select "James Sprunt Community College" from the dropdown menu, then "Next" to proceed to the proxy server login.
If you have an @mail.jamessprunt.edu e-mail, you may need to modify your account settings to allow less secure apps (opens in a new window) before logging in.
Done that, but still can't log in? Please report the error (Google form opens in a new window).
If you're not able to log in with your student e-mail, please report the error (Google form opens in a new window).
Need a hard-copy book or DVD, but cannot come to campus? Contact us.
In the evening and on weekends, get help from a professional librarian at another library.
The chat box appears during these hours:
|Monday – Friday||12:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
5:00 p.m. - 11:59 p.m.
|Saturday – Sunday||8:00 a.m. - 11:59 p.m.|
* Not available on federal holidays
All websites, articles, images, videos, etc., linked on this site are provided for informational purposes only. External content is not maintained by James Sprunt Community College, nor does it represent the views of the College or its employees. Please notify the library staff if you have concerns about linked content. Students are expected to evaluate all web and print resources and to determine their appropriate academic uses. A hyperlink to a resource or article from these LibGuides does not constitute an endorsement of that resource or article by the library.