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TCC Libraries Student Landing Page: Home

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What's online for Students?

The TCC library buildings are closed, but we are still providing services online!
Library staff are readily available to provide information and assistance to support your online learning experience.

Online Library Resources

The TCC Libraries offers e-books and databases that can be accessed on any computer.  This page will highlight a few of the resources available to TCC students. 


The TCC Library has an extensive collection of ebooks available through the library website. Learn how to access them by reviewing the guide linked below. 

Databases and Articles

The TCC Libraries has numerous databases that students can use from anywhere they have an internet connection to find journal and newspaper articles, reviews, and more. 

To access a TCC database

  • Go to
  • All of TCC's databases are on the right side of the library homepage. Select the database you wish to use from one of the drop down menus.

Here are some of the most commonly used databases to get you started. 

Need Help?

Use the links below to find answers to FAQ, speak with a librarian or library staff, request a device, find a course or research guide or request materials for pickup.

Technology Help

TCC offers free online technology assistance to students 24/7. To access this assistance, use the link below. This includes help with Blackboard, password and login assistance, remote access, and more. 

Software and Apps - TCC’s Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) service for students is now available.

What is VDI?

VDI allows students to log in to a Windows 10 virtual desktop from anywhere they have internet access. Using VDI is like to logging in to an on-campus computer, but provides students with remote access to many applications commonly found on campus computers.

Online Advising

Academic Advising is available online. You can use the document below to find out more information. 

Labs and Tutoring

TCC Labs and Tutoring have gone online! The link below provides information on what, when, and how to access labs and tutoring from each campus. 


Proctorio is an online proctoring service used by TCC for online test proctoring. You will need an internet connection to use this service. You can find Proctorio's help page at and review the video linked below.