What is NCLIVE?
is a collection of databases and resources for use in all types of libraries from public to university. Consequently, you will find many different resources encompassing lots of subjects from auto repair to elementary school children's homework help to graduate level resources.
NC LIVE has databases/resources encompassing:
full text journals, magazines, newspapers (including the Wall Street Journal),
videos (including PBS Videos online!),
images and maps,
and interactive tests and tools.
Accessing NC LIVE Resources
To access database resources on campus...Go to the Wake Tech Libraries website library.waketech.edu, select “Find Articles & eBooks” (from the vertical menu on the left).
Note: when accessing databases off campus, you will be prompted to enter your WTCC key account username and password.
Films on Demand Video Collection (opens in new window)
Thousands of high quality videos on business & economics, health & medicine, humanities & social sciences, and science & mathematics, as well as travel and fitness programming, how-to videos, indie films, and popular music performances.
Prison Related Research Publications
Research Library (opens in new window)
General reference database containing business, political science, literature, and psychology scholarly journals, trade publications, magazines, and daily news content, accessible to readers and researchers at every level.
JSTOR (opens in new window)
Offers scanned images of journal issues and pages as they were originally designed, printed, and illustrated (PDF files). JSTOR covers a vast area of disciplines, including literature, science, history, foreign languages, and education.
US Newsstream (opens in new window)
News content from many national and international newspapers, newswires, and selected news magazines.
ProQuest Central (opens in new window)
General reference database for over 175 subjects from magazines, journals and newspapers including peer-reviewed and scholarly works.
Research Databases-Subject Specific
Research Databases-Social Issues