The Sandra C. Goldsby Library, located in the Donald W. Reynolds Center on the South Campus, functions as a study and research center for the College. Currently, the Library houses a collection of nearly 20,700 books and more than 2,000 videos & DVDs to support the curriculum, including a core collection of contemporary and classic novels for recreational reading, as well as picture books and juvenile novels used by the education courses.The Goldsby Library subscribes to numerous print periodicals, daily newspapers, and Internet-based online databases. The EBSCOhost, SIRS Knowledge Source, Gale’s Discovering Collection, and Britannica Online databases enable our students to search more than 31,630 indexed periodicals, newspapers, and government documents electronically, most of which provide full-text access. These databases also provide access via the Internet to multiple sets of reference materials and links to more than 40,000 quality web sites considered to be academically appropriate to support students’ research needs.In addition to print and web-based resources, currently enrolled MSCC students have access to needed materials not currently owned by our library by placing a request through our Interlibrary Loan services. Internet and CD-ROM computer workstations are available, as well as a viewing room and private study carrels for viewing video tapes, listening to cassettes and CDs, or studying independently or with a small group of classmates. The Library has a coin-operated, self-serve copy machine for reproducing class notes, making copies of presentation handouts, etc.
* Note to MSCC students: To access these Databases from off campus, you must first sign-up in person at the Library’s front desk for the necessary usernames and passwords (valid MSCC ID required).
Fall 2011 Library Hours:
Monday – Thursday 7:30 AM – 8:30 PM
Friday 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Phone: (870) 733-6768