Library Services

Library Services

Provides centralized purchasing and cataloging services for the community college libraries. This includes planning, development, and implementation of automated support systems; technical support of these systems; and training. Purchasing support includes negotiating discounts with vendors, processing orders for materials, and advising libraries in local purchasing procedures.

  • openNCCC is a library of open educational resources available to NCCCS faculty and library staff.  Library staff is encouraged to sign up for an account.  We already have a CCLINC Library Group set up in openNCCC, where we plan to store CCLINC documentation.  (NOTE: CCLINC documentation must be stored in DRAFT state so as to keep it private to the group)  Webinars on the openNCCC are available via the VLC.
  • North Carolina Community College Library Association (NCCCLA)
  • WorldCat (public version of OCLC's catalog)
  • Need to download WorkFlows to your library workstation, or you can access the web version of the staff client via SymphonyWeb.  Send Colleen Turnage an email and she will send you the link to download the software, or the link to SymphonyWeb.  NOTE: If you opt to download the software, you will need to have your VPN enabled before you can download the software.  No VPN is required to use SymphonyWeb. 
  • Access the NC LIVE MOU here
  • Learning Technology Resources list

Library Services Staff

Colleen Turnage, Director of Library Services, 919-807-7066

  •  Please use the following address when sending cataloging to Colleen at the System Office (by mail, courier, etc.):
    • Colleen Turnage, Director of Library Services

      Technology Solutions & Distance Learning

      NC Community Colleges

      200 W. Jones St.

      5006 Mail Service Center

      Raleigh, NC 27699-5000

Drew McNaughton, CCLINC System Administrator, 1-800-388-0824

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Community College Libraries in North Carolina (CCLINC) Catalog

CCLINC Current Minutes

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Contact the Director of Library Services for cataloging training.  All other training can be obtained via Mentor.  CCLINC library directors with a Mentor login can provide library staff with a Mentor training login so that local staff can take advantage of the free classes offered online.  Periodically, the Director of Library Services will send out an email listing current classes available to CCLINC members. If you're a CCLINC library director, and you do not have access to Mentor, please contact the CCLINC System Administrator.  


Below in the list of training attachments you will see a document that shows the best places to park when coming to the system office for training or a meeting.