Use the catalog to locate books in print format, e-books, and media (CDs & DVDs) in the library collection.
For best results, use the most direct search. For example:
The keyword search is good for searching several concepts at once. The more terms added to the search, the more the search results are narrowed.
Materials are organized on the shelf by subject according to the Library of Congress System.
To access e-books with a computer off-campus, users will be prompted for their college e-mail address and password.
The catalog is shared with Carroll County Public Libraries and McDaniel College (Hoover) Library
Remote users will be prompted to provide their college ID number after clicking on the link for a research database or an electronic book.
The library's subscription to ebrary provides remote access to over 70,000 books for the college community.
Librarians also select and purchase e-books from other vendors.
The best way to identify e-books is to search the library catalog and narrow the search to electronic books in the menu on the left.
It is also possible to search the ebrary site directly by using the link below:
Links to various portals for both purchased and free e-books.
Many older titles have been scanned by the Google Books Project. If you are looking for a specific title, try Google Books:
See the first link below for instructions on the steps to follow before completing an ILL request.
If the Carroll CC Library does not own a title or article, the search can be broadened to other local libraries or to Marina, the statewide catalog.
If the title is not available locally, check WorldCat to learn whether it is readily available elsewhere.