WorldCat searches for books, articles, videos, and other items from the MSJC Libraries and many other libraries, all at the same time.
After searching Worldcat for content on your topic, check "eBook" in the left column under Formats. You should now see a list of only eBooks on your topic. Look for "View Now" links; these will connect you to the eBook. If you are connecting from off-campus you will be asked to login using your mymsjc user name and password (the same one you use for Blackboard).
Yes, currently, the Academic Search Premier, Masterfile Premier and Newspaper Source Plus article indexes (databases) are searched automatically by WorldCat. Other databases can be selected on WorldCat's Advanced Search screen.
Some databses such as MagillonLiterature, Nursing Reference Center and CQ Reseacher are not included in Worldcat. To view the complete list of the libraries' databases, go to the A-Z Databases page.
Yes! You can use WorldCat to request items from other libraries. If you see an item at another library just click on the "Request Item through Interlibrary Loan" button.
WorldCat is evolving, and you will see changes to it periodically.