With fall right around the corner, get a jump start on your semester by knowing all the JTCC library resources available to you. Remember, the library is more than books! We offer tons of online resources to help with research, citation, and more. And the best part is…They’re FREE and (mostly) available online!
While we still specialize in finding you the right book, the library also has enormous collections of articles, journals, e-books, and other resources to support your research and information needs. All database collections are available online and from your personal computers! All you need to know is your myTyler log-in. If you need help accessing resources from home, visit the Off-Campus Access page for more information.
Want to know how to use particular resources? You can view library videos by going to the Tutorials page under Research Help on the our homepage. Stay tuned to this page for new tutorials on popular resources!
Looking for extra help with research, citation, plagiarism, or something else library related? No problem! Both campus libraries offer workshops to help with information literacy subjects. All workshops are open to students, faculty, and staff. Registration is not required. The full schedule for workshops is posted to the library homepage and on the Events page.
Working from home and need help? We have you covered at home too! Use the 24/7 chat service, Ask a Librarian, to answer your questions! This service links you with a LIVE librarian that has access to JTCC’s resources. They can help you find sources, cite your research, and much more. Feel free to use this service whenever it’s needed! Please note, John Tyler librarians are not always available through this service. If the outside librarian feels you may need help from us, they will forward your questions to John Tyler staff. We will follow up with you to make sure your questions are answered.
We’re looking forward to seeing you all on August 25th! Enjoy your summer!