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Journal Article Databases:

  1. Academic Search Complete Scholarly and peer reviewed, comprehensive and full-text
  2. CQ Researcher In depth reports on social issues
  3. EBSCOhost Databases A link to our list of databases from EBSCOhost
  4. Factiva The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post
  5. Issues and Controversies Investigations of today’s top issues
  6. Learning Express Practice Tests Math, Reading, Job, Career preparation and more
  7. MasterFILE Premier Covers most every topic, a great starting place for your research
  8. Opposing Viewpoints Pros and Cons of many social issues
  9. WorldCat FirstSearch (VIVA) Search books, films, journal and newspaper articles for up-to-date bibliographic information, including where in the world they’re housed

Other Popular Databases:

  1. Kanopy Streaming Films (VIVA) Kanopy provides access to one of the most unique collections of films in the world including award winning documentaries, training films and theatrical releases – on every topic imaginable.
  2. Films on Demand: (VCCS) Access to 35,000+ streaming educational videos

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Dan Ream, RCC Library Coordinator

Dan Ream, RCC Library Coordinator

The recently renovated library located on both Rappahannock Community College campuses is an up-to-date information center where students have access to excellent staff assistance, as well as tens of thousands of books, videos, and online subscription resources, such as full-text journals, e-books, and streaming videos.

Both library locations offer computer workstations, as well as laptops and iPads that can be borrowed for short periods.

All RCC Library online resources can be reached from off-campus with only a VCCS username and password, as used to login to Canvas.

Looking for Research Help? You got it! If you need help there is help 24/7 from VCCS Libraries online for your convenience.

Our Warsaw campus location is also home to the Richmond County Public Library. The joint venture by RCC

and Richmond County since 1993 is one of the first of its kind in the state.

LIBRARY HEADLINES

An RCC library patron works with the Mango Languages online learning program.

Languages are free online through RCC library

For the entire month of October, the Rappahannock Community College / Richmond County Public Library has signed up for a free trial of the Mango Languages online language lessons. Those wishing to find out more about these lessons need no login or password. Nothing but Internet access is required in order to start learning any […]

Iesha Lee

RCC graduate takes part in national research project

Recent RCC graduate Iesha Lee participated in a 10-week psychology research project on understanding and preventing societal violence.

MLK Day at RCC

RCC honors Dr. King

“Martin Luther King Day means overcoming obstacles,” says the Rev. Mr. Keith Parham, pastor of First Baptist Church of Hockley, in King and Queen County. Parham was one of the guest speakers at Rappahannock Community College’s tribute to Martin Luther King on January 20. Parham grew up in Petersburg at a time when Virginia was […]