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Find Books, eBooks, and Audio Books: Find Books & More

This guide describes the various subcollections that comprise the library's holdings. Use it to identify and access: print books and periodicals, eBooks, eAudiobooks, eReference books, new books, and Web resources.


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Library Online Catalog

The Library has print books, electronic books and audio books available. Electronic books and audio books are also available to students, staff, and faculty of Pellissippi State Technical College from off-campus by logging in.

Search the Library's Catalog directly for Author, Title, ISBN & Advanced Searches: Catalog.

Most print books are located on the second floor of the ERC and can be checked out. Reference books are on the first floor and for use inside the building only.


Pellissippi's eBook collection includes fiction and nonfiction on a variety of subjects. To see a complete list of PSTCC e-Book resources: eBook Resources or search the Catalog (top).

eAudio Books

More than 3,000 fiction and nonfiction audiobooks are available for checkout accessible at OneClickdigital Audiobooks or search the Library's Catalog above. Audiobooks can be downloaded to your MP3 Player, and all content is iPod compatible.

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New Books

To find out what books have been added to the Library's collection recently visit the New Book Shelf in the Reference area of the Library. For a lists of titles: What's New

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Pellisippi State's common reading experience for 2014-15 is The Best American Science and Nature Writing edited by Siddhartha Mukherjee. This common reading experience involves incoming first-year students, and many faculty and staff. Check out the Common Book Research Guide to learn more about this year's common book, about it's author, related themes, and events that will be held supporting this experience.