Search the Library Catalog
Welcome to PCC Library. The Library Catalog is your starting point to find books, ebooks, DVDs, articles, and other materials.
EBSCO - Health and Medicine
Search EBSCO for articles and other information in these health- and medicine-related databases: Academic Search Premier, Alt HealthWatch, CINAHL Plus with Full Text, Health Source (Consumer Edition and Nursing/Academic Edition), MasterFILE Premier, and MEDLINE. AgeLine and MedicLatina can also be selected.
Gale Virtual Reference Library
GVRL is a database of 27 encyclopedias, almanacs, and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research. Look here for biology, chemistry, nursing and medicine, sociology, history, education, law, and more.
Full text for over 890 peer reviewed health and life sciences journals. For best results click on SEARCH to get started. Limit your search to SUBSCRIBED Journals.
Coverage Dates: 1995 - Present
Welcome Ophthalmic Medical Technician students to PCC Library services. Most of the books, articles and videos for your program will be located at the Cascade Library or will be available online.
When you visit the Cascade Library, you can browse the book and video shelves for items starting with the call number 617.7 to find resources on ophthalmology
The PCC Library catalog includes books and other items in the Summit system. Summit is the combined catalog of college and university libraries in Oregon and Washington, with over 27 million items, that allows easy searching, requesting, and delivery of books and movie.
Items requested through Summit can be delivered to any PCC Library for pick-up in 4-5 days. An email to your myPCC account will notify you when your item is ready for pick up. PCC students and staff can also borrow items directly from a Summit library with your PCC photo ID. Return your borrowed items to any PCC library.
PCC Library provides electronic access to over 40 journals in the fields of ophthalmology and optometry: Follow the link below to see the list of journals and to browse them electronically: