Find Library Books
Use our catalog to find books, videos, CDs, etc.
Use WorldCat to find and request books from other libraries.
Ask a WWC librarian about checking out books from other libraries in our area, including the Asheville-Buncombe Library System and
Did you know?
- Reference books contain overviews of a range of topics.
- Regular books usually present more focused treatments of a subject.
- Electronic books can be viewed or checked out online.
Finding an article can involve three steps.
How to tell if an article is peer-reviewed or scholarly.
- 1. Use Articles & Databases to find articles or citations. If the citation includes the full-text or image, you can get the article right away. If not, go to Step 2.
- 2. Use Journal Finder to see if we have the journal you want. If we do, get your article from the source. If not, go to Step 3.
- 3. Use Interlibrary Loan to request the article from another library.
Selected Databases and Web Sites
Interdisciplinary databases covering a variety of subjects:
Painless Library Research includes information on documentation and plagiarism.
Your librarian: email, call (ext. 3054), or come to my office.
Tour the library.