Computers & Technology

Library Computer Equipment Available
  • Computers
  • Laptops
  • Scanners
  • Study Rooms with Large, Touchscreen Computers with Internet access, MS Office, Jing, and DVD viewing capabilities
  • Logitech Webcams (1200 dpi) for recording presentations and video conferencing
  • VHS player (Lee Campus, room 29)
  • ScanPro2000 Microfilm Reader (Lee Campus)

General Software

  • Microsoft Office 2013 (Lee, Harnett)
  • Microsoft Office 2010 (Chatham)
  • Adobe Reader

CIT Software

  • Microsoft SharePoint
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 8
  • Microsoft SQL Server

Scanner Computer Software

  • PDF Converter
  • Photoshop
Wireless Access
  1. Choose the CCCC-Guest wireless network.
  2. Open your browser (Internet Explorer, FireFox, Chrome, etc.), check the checkbox to accept the terms of use, and click "Log In".
Computer & Internet Use

Library computers are provided to conduct research and to communicate with others in support of the college’s educational mission. Students, faculty, staff, public patrons, and campus visitors are expected to use computer resources in an ethical, legal, and responsible manner. By logging onto library computers, users acknowledge that they are aware of and agree to the CCCC Acceptable Use Policy. Any use of library computers that violates college policy, violates federal, state, or local laws, alters computer and/or network settings, promotes commercial activity, intends harm or distress to others, or is obscene or malicious in nature is prohibited. Computer access is a privilege, not a right. Violations may result in loss of access and/or disciplinary action.

Internet Acceptable Use Rules

The following are not permitted (per the Student Handbook):

  • Sending or displaying obscene messages or pictures
  • Using obscene language
  • Harassing, insulting, or attacking others
  • Damaging computers, computer systems, or computer networks
  • Violating copyright laws
  • Using others’ passwords
  • Trespassing in others’ folders, work, or files
  • Intentionally wasting limited resources
  • Employing the network for commercial purposes