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Learning Resource Center (LRC)

The Learning Resources Center acts as both an instructional support system and an information network. Services are provided to the faculty, staff, and students of Mayland Community College.  Resources include both print and non-print materials, electronic resources, audio- visual equipment, and workshops/orientations.

The LRC is named for Carolyn Munro Wilson, a life-long educator and supporter of teaching and learning. It is centrally located on our main campus on the second floor of Gwaltney Hall.  Reserving needed equipment, services, or spaces ahead of time is highly recommended.

Mayland’s  Online Public Access Catalog  (OPAC) is part of the North Carolina Community College Evergreen (NCCCE) integrated library system.  In its first year of operation, the original 25 NCCCE libraries have a combined catalog of over 650,000 volumes that can be shared via Interlibrary Loan (ILL) between participating institutions across the state.  If requested with enough advance notice, ILL materials may also be mailed to students.  NCCC Evergreen is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA), as administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.

The LRC subscribes to many online resources, providing some of the highest quality and most authoritative resources in the information market place including e-books, encyclopedias, journals, magazines, newspapers, and streaming videos.  These resources may be accessed via the Internet at our main campus and learning centers; however, only MCC students, faculty, and staff may access our electronic resources off-campus by using links provided in the college’s portal.  All of MCC’s computers, electronic resources, and Internet access must be used in accordance with MCC’s Internet and Network Acceptable Use Policy.