Our Mission: The purpose of the Learning Resources Center (Library) is to support the Philosophy, Mission, and Goals of Martin Community College and to enhance the teaching/learning process through provision of adequate, current resource collections in formats consistent with prevailing technologies; provision of access to the collections of other libraries; provision of instruction in the use of resources to enable patrons to function in an information-driven society; and promotion of life-long learning opportunities.
You can chat with a North Carolina librarian almost 24/7, whether the library at Martin is open or not. Ask NCknows librarians can assist you with searching for books in the online library catalog, NCLive, or other reference questions.
Click on the New Books and DVDs tab above for a complete list of our new items.
The library announces the acquisition of the Easter Rogerson Mizell Family Collection. This genealogy and local history collection was compiled by the late Easter Rogerson Mizell and donated to Martin Community College by her children, pictured left to right, Vivian M. Roberson, Donald Gray Mizelle, and Marla M. Coleman. The collection, which contains a wealth of information about local families and Martin County history, is available for use by the public during regular library hours.
JAWS screen reader software is available on the study room computer in the library, and a Zoomtext Text Reader is available across the hall from the library in the Learning Lab.
Need a quiet place to study or a place to meet for a group project? Our student meeting room in the library is equipped with a computer with Internet access, Microsoft Office 2013, printing capability and JAWS screen reader software. Stop by or call the library to sign up. (Also available for faculty use.)
The MCC Library serves the student body, faculty, and staff of the college and the citizens of Martin, Washington and Bertie counties. Twenty-three public access computers are available for library visitors.
Collections in the Library include over 17,000 books, about 1,500 audio books, and a growing DVD collection. Special collections include:
Online sources include: