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Guide to Library Services for Distance/Off-Campus Users
The College of New Caledonia Library is a region-wide resource, open to students and to the public. Library cards are free.
The Library provides access to a wide range of print, media and online information and offers many special services, such as reference, interlibrary loan and document delivery.
Find out more about our services by visiting one of our campus libraries, contacting our Regional Librarian by phone or e-mail, or reviewing the information posted on our website.
There are 6 campus libraries in the College region with collections and networked computer stations. If you are near a campus library, please use the library as your first point of access.
CNC Prince George (main library)
3330 - 22nd Ave.
Prince George, BC
Phone 250-561-5811 or 1-800-371-8111 local 5811
CNC Lakes District
545 Highway 16 West
Burns Lake, BC
540 Mackenzie Blvd.
3231 Hospital Road
100 Campus Way
CNC Fort St. James
179 Douglas St.
Fort St. James, BC
If you are unable to access one of these libraries, or would like individual assistance, please contact the Regional Librarian in Prince George by phone or e-mail. The Regional Librarian can help you with your research, conduct searches and obtain books, journal articles and other information for you.
Phone: 250-562-2131 local 5396
or toll-free: 1-800-371-8111 local 5396
Ask for James Lovitt, Regional Librarian
E-mail: email@example.com , or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Library website at http://www.cnc.bc.ca/library/ provides connections to
- library catalogue
- other library catalogues
- journal indexes, with over 38,000 online full-text journals (CNC users only)
- web reference and searching tools
- web subject resources, faculty-recommended
Access the website from any campus workstation. If you have an Internet connection at home, or if you are using a Public Library, School Library, or other external Internet connection, you can access most of the resources on the site except for the journal indexes and full-text databases, which are licensed for CNC users only. If you have a current CNC computer account, you will be able to login with your username and password, and access all of these resources from home (click here for more information about CNC accounts).
The Library offers free handouts on a wide variety of topics, from preparing a research paper, to citing sources and doing online research. Follow this link to our Information Sheets page.