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This guide will help you research countries and peoples.
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Global Road Warrior (World Trade Press) The most comprehensive business travel, telecommunications and business culture reference available in the world. The Global Road Warrior covers 175 countries in three volumes of 3,840 full-sized pages.
Funding source: FLVC group license
History Reference Center (EBSCO) Full text articles from history reference books and encyclopedias, and nearly 60 history magazines. Historical documents; biographies of historical figures; historical photos and maps; and historical film and video.
Funding source: Statewide allocation
World History (Gale) World History (Gale in Context) merges Gale's authoritative reference content with full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, images, videos, audio files and links to vetted websites organized into a user-friendly portal experience.
Funded by: FLVC Group License
Library log-in and printing
Hillsborough Community College has switched to a new library catalog, PRIMO. You can log on through CANVAS and go to the HCC Libraries via the toolbar on the left side of the screen in one of your courses. Click HCC Libraries Online in the center of the next screen.
If you are prompted to log in to any of the library resources, look for SSO (single sign on). Then put in your NetID username and password - just like logging on to CANVAS. Remember to include hawkmail.hccfl.edu
Need help with your NetID? Register your NetID, reset your NetID password, etc. start at https://netid.hccfl.edu
Need more assistance? Go to hcclive.hccfl.edu or call the Help Desk at 913-253-7000
Tip: If you are using your default password, change it as soon as possible.
Introduction to PRIMO (00:03:42)
A short video introducing the library catalog PRIMO.