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Last Updated: Sep 22, 2017 URL: http://lrc.vgcc.edu/home Print Guide

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Remote / Off-Campus Access

We have now completed the process of setting up all of our electronic resources (databases, e-books, NC LIVE content) so that they are now fully accessible to our students, faculty, and staff off-campus and remotely using a single signon (your WebAdvisor/CampusCruiser User ID and Password).  Through a proxy server, users will be able to signon a single time from their home, work, or other off-campus computer and once an initial cookie is set they will have full access to all our resources @ http://lrc.vgcc.edu/home .  This process will eliminate the need for individual passwords for our databases and NC LIVE resources, and the remote access application process.  If you have any additional questions, please contact Library Services for assistance.


We strongly encourage ALL students and faculty/staff members to apply for a VGCC library account.  This brief process can be completed at any of the campus libraries.  In order to be issued a VGCC library card you must present your student ID at the time you apply for your card. 


Library Services & Distance Education

The VGCC Library Services Staff is committed to providing library services and resources to meet the unique needs of our distance education students and faculty, and thus supports the ideals and goals including in the following statement:

Access for Achievement of Superior Academic Skills: Access to appropriate library services and resources is essential for the attainment of superior academic skills in post-secondary education, regardless of where students, faculty, staff, and programs are located. Members of the distance learning community, including those with disabilities, must therefore be provided effective and appropriate library services and resources, which may differ from, but must be equivalent to those provided for students and faculty in traditional campus settings.

From the ACRL (Association of College & Research Libraries) A Bill of Rights for the Distance Learning Community





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