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eBook Collections

Visit the eBook Collections page for links to thousands of ebooks from several ebook providers.  RPCC ebooks are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students will be prompted to login with their Library User ID or Alt. ID, and PIN to access these ebooks from off-campus.


Suggested Databases

Academic Search Complete: Articles from 5,500+ journals and other sources, multiple subject areas.

AtoZMapsOnline: Over 145,000 maps, including political, physical, and more.

Britannica Online Academic Edition: A full-text encyclopedia with video, maps, and more.

CQ Researcher: In-depth, non-biased full-text reports on topics and issues in the news.

Films On Demand: Academic and Archival Films across all disciplines and Newsreels Collections.

Gale Ebooks: Reference sources for just about any research topic.

Global Road Warrior: Resources on world cultures, statistics, travel, maps and images.

JSTOR: The Scholarly Archive: articles from scholarly journals in the arts and sciences, humanities, business, etc.

Legal Source: Full-text articles from scholarly law journals on legal issues, studies, and more.

Military and Government Collection: Almost 300 journals covering military and government topics.

Oxford Reference: Full-text general and subject-specific reference sources.

Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection: Over 550 publications in behavioral sciences.

SocINDEX with Full-Text: Over 390 journals, over 720 books, and more.

Advanced: Full-text encyclopedia, atlas, dictionary, images, and more.


Suggested Streaming Videos

 

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What's on the Shelves in the RPCC Library on the Gonzales Campus

Browse Resources on the Shelves by Call Number

  • D – World history including culture and ethnicity of countries and regions the world outside of the Americas.
    • DA through DR – Europe.
    • DS – Asia.
    • DT – Africa.
    • DU – Oceania (South Seas; Australia, New Zealand, etc.).
  • E to F – History of the Americas.
    • E51 to E73 – Pre-Columbian America. The Indians.
    • E99 – Indians of North America – Indian tribes and cultures.
    • F1 to F975 – United States local history.
      • F200 to F380 – Culture, ethnicity, and history of Louisiana.
    • F1001 to F1145.2 – Canada.
    • F1201 to F3799 – Latin America. Spanish America.
  • G – Geography. Anthropology. Recreation.
    • G140 – Great cities of the world
    • G149 to G180 – Travel.
  • GN – Anthropology
    • GN357 to GN674 – Ethnology. Social and cultural anthropology.
  • GR – Folklore.
  • GT – Manners and customs.
  • H – Social sciences.
    • HA 175 to HA 473 – Statistics. By region or country.
    • HB 1 to HB 3840 – Economic theory. Demography.
      • HB 846 to HB 846.8 – Welfare theory.
      • HB 848 to HB 3697 – Demography. Population. Vital events.
    • HM – Sociology.
      • HM 481 to HM 554 – Theory.
      • HM 621 to HM 656 – Culture.
      • HM 701 – Social systems
      • HM 786 to HM 806 – Organizational sociology. Organization theory.
      • HM 811 to HM 821 – Deviant behavior. Social deviance.
    • HN 1 to HN 995 – Social history and conditions. Social problems.
    • HQ 1 to HQ 2044 – The Family. marriage. Women.
      • HQ 503 to HQ 1064 – The family. Marriage, Home.
      • HQ 1101 to HQ 2030.7 – Women. Feminism.
    • HT 51 to HT 1595 – Communities. Classes. Races.
      • HT 101 to HT 395 – Urban groups. Urban sociology.
      • HT 401 to HT 485 – Rural groups. Rural sociology.
      • HT 601 to HT 1445 – Classes.
      • HT 1501 to HT 1595 – Races.
    • HV 1 to HV 9960 – Social pathology. Social and public welfare. Criminology.
      • HV 6001 to HV 7220.5 – Criminology.

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