Access to many of the database links on this guide requires NSCC authentication - users must sign in with their MyNorthshore username & password
If you want to place any library materials on hold, request a book from another library, or check out any physical library materials out you will need to have your NSCC ID.
What is my NSCC ID card number? (This is for checking out physical library materials)
Your NSCC ID card number is the 14-digit number beginning with 21991 on the bottom of your NSCC student ID. This is used for checking materials out of the library, using reserve materials, requesting a book from another library, placing library materials on hold, and checking your library account online.
What is my online catalog password?
Your default online catalog password is your birth date. Enter in format: MMDDYYYY.
How do I get a NSCC Student ID?
Stop by the Student Life Office in Danvers (DB 132) or Lynn (LW 171) with a current class schedule and a government issued photo ID to receive your NSCC ID. If you are a distance student, follow these online instructions.
How do I activate my NSCC ID for Library use?
Your ID is activated once your classes start.
I am getting a barcode invalid login error.
Call the NSCC Libraries (978-762-4002). You may need your password to be reset.
I am getting a cookies error message, what does that mean?
If you receive a Cookies Error Message when using the Library's research databases, you need to enable your browser to Accept All Cookies.
Try a Google search on "enabling cookies" and "your browser name" for instructions.
This guide has been prepared to assist students in ANS112 with research related to the course ethical issue term paper and presentation.
This guide provides:
Recommended resources. Links and search boxes for recommended book, article and web resources are given.
Help with evaluating sources. Tips and techniques are provided to help choose which sources are appropriate for academic level research.
Assistance with citing. Instruction and tools to help properly cite your sources and avoid plagiarism are highlighted.
Research Logs can assist with the organization of synonyms, narrower terms and broader terms for your research concepts.
By recording your search strings within various resources, you can track the history of your searches to determine what vocabulary may work best within a specific resource, and see if the results translate well into additional resources.