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This is a library research guide to provide information about the ACC Professional Development Common Reading.

This library research guide will provide information about the ACC Center for Development and Leadership Professional Development Common Reading Program.  

The focus of the 2022/23 common reading is poverty and homelessness; featuring the book "The Faces of Poverty in North Carolina" by Gene R. Nichol, the Boyd Tinsley Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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As an ACC student, you can check out a variety of different types of library materials.  Here's a brief selection of what is offered.

Check out limits  - 7 items at a time
Books - 7 books for 30 days
DVDs - 2 DVDs for one week
Audiobooks - 2 audiobooks for 30 days
Magazines - for use only in the library

In order to check out library materials, you are required to present your ACC student ID.  If you do not have a student ID, please review this information on how to obtain one.

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