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Bell - SLS 1106 First Year Experience Orientation - Plant City: Home

Welcome!

Image of students throwing graduation cap in the air.Welcome! 

This library guide for Ms. Bell's First Year Experience Orientation class at the Plant City Campus!

This guide will lead you to resources for your financial and career project.

Click the tabs across the top of this page to get started.

Scroll down for information about accessing the library, and the types of sources commonly used in college-level research.

Vasily Koloda

 

Logging into HCC Libraries

Two ways to Log Into HCC Libraries

Canvas Course

Screenshot of Canvas course left navigation side bar with HCC Libraries Online circled

1.  Log into Canvas and select a Course

2.  Look in the left navigation side bar

Student ID Log In

Second Way to Log In

The second option to log into the Library's article databases, streaming videos and access eBooks is through the HCC website (hccfl.edu).  

Screenshot of the Top Header on the hccfl.edu webpage. 

Enter MyHCC to open the HCC Links. The library link will be in the right column under where you find Canvas.  

On the Home page for HCC Libraries, click on  "Log-in first for best results!".  You will be prompted to enter your Borrower ID and PIN/Password.

 

Your borrower ID is your 7-digit student ID number. The password should be the last 4 digits of your student ID number. If you experience any problems logging into the online catalog or electronic databases, please contact the library and we will do our best to assist you.

Hawk Card & the Library

Hawk Card

Access online library resources from Canvas!

Access online resources from the HCC Libraries site:

  1. Your "Borrower ID" is the 7-digit student (or employee) ID# on your Hawk Card.
  2. Input the last 4 digits of your ID# for the PIN. Looks like this.
  3. To change your PIN access “My Account”. Click “PIN” to change it.
  4. Having trouble logging in? Contact an HCC campus library.

With your Hawk Card you can:

  • Check out books, etc. from the library.
  • Use HCC's online research resources.
  • Print and photocopy.