OneClickdigital




OneClickdigital brings exclusive Recorded Books eAudio titles together with an eBook service and access to the Great Courses Collection.
Check out eBooks and audiobooks within seconds, download to a computer, and transfer to a portable device, or download onto a mobile-device app (Apple, Android, Kindle Fire/HD/HDX, or Nook Color). Upon account creation you will be advised to download your preferred app.

Please visit your MCCS Library for access code. Please contact usmclibraries@usmc.mil to request for remote access instructions One Click. Please include name, rank or USMC affiliation and duty station in your request.

**If you created an account at http://militaryonesourceva.oneclickdigital.com, you will need to create a new account from the MCCS Library portal.

Zinio Magazines




The MCCS Library Program is now offering patrons access to digital versions of over 260 magazines. Zinio allows you to download popular magazines to your computer, tablet or mobile device! New magazines are being added every day! Please visit your installation library for access.

Popular Titles

Remember WW1




2017 marks the centennial of the United States of America entering WWI. To commemorate this momentous occasion, the MCCS Library Program has teamed up with Sister Service MWR Libraries to create the Remember WWI project. The project will run from March 2017 through Dec 2018. During that time, multiple topics will be explored both in person and online.
The Great War was to be the war to end all wars and it shaped a legacy in medicine, technology, geopolitically and socially.
The United States declared war on April 6, 1917, allying with England in their fight with the Austro-Hungarian empire.
Many current technologies and traditions got their start during the war. Everything from blood drives to air warfare to prosthesis. The Army, Navy and USMC MWR Library programs can track their own roots back to this conflict. The American Library Association oversaw the creation of libraries at the front, staffing and stocking them. The service members' need for professional and recreational reading was fulfilled by librarians delivering books to the military before they left the home front and while in combat. These efforts spurred the eventual creation of the MWR libraries.

Address


Camp Lejeune Base Library
1401 West Rd Bldg 1220
Camp Lejeune, NC 28547-2539

Phone/Fax


Commercial:

910-451-5724
910-451-3178
910-451-3026


DSN:

751-5724
751-3026

PUBLIC FAX NUMBER

910-451-3808
Self Service with debit or credit card

Opening Hours


Monday-Friday 0800-1900
Saturday and Sunday 1100-1800



RESEARCH LIBRARY

Monday-Thursday 1000-2100
Friday 1000-1800

Closing Hours


Closed on Federal Holidays



RESEARCH LIBRARY

Closed Saturday and Sunday

Collection


Audiobooks: Our collection of over 1000 titles includes abridged and unabridged adult fiction and nonfiction in both cassette and audio CD. The adult audiobooks are shelved before the reference department.

Biography: Our diverse biography collection consists of hundreds of copies and range from literary figures to famous and infamous personalities. Biographies are shelved separately following the fiction section.

Cassette: The library has over 1,900 cassettes that include several self-instruction foreign language tapes, classical, jazz, folk, and an "oldies but goodies" selection of rock, popular and country music.

Non-Fiction: Our nonfiction collection houses more than 53,000 volumes, and includes, but is not limited to, history, business and general culture.

Fiction: Our fiction collection includes more than 17,000 titles of classic novels, fantasy, westerns, romance, mystery, science fiction, and old and current best sellers, which are organized alphabetically by the author's last name.

Military History: This separate reference collection holds a comprehensive selection of Marine Corps history books. Among them are important fiction works, biographies and books written by and about Marines. The collection also includes records of the USMC in Vietnam on microfiche, the Globe and earlier base newspapers dating back to 1942, the Jacksonville Daily News and earlier city newspapers dating back to 1945, and bound volumes of Marine Crops Gazettes and Leatherneck magazines dating back to the 1940's.

Foreign Language Books: We have a small selection of books written in a foreign language. Others are available through interlibrary loan.

Juvenile: The children's collection is made up of more than 14,000 titles appropriate for preschoolers to young adults. This section includes fiction, nonfiction, picture books, easy readers and biographies. All juvenile books, audiobooks and videos are housed in the children's room.

Serials: This collection includes more than 310 titles of general interest magazines, research periodicals and most known national and local newspapers on microform. It is available in the reference department.

U.S. Marine Reading List: This collection of fiction and nonfiction titles are shelved separately from the general collection. Multiple copies are available for checkout and reading list printouts are available at the circulation desk.

Reference: The library's general reference collection of over 4500 volumes includes substantial works of military science, business, and history. A number of resources are available on CD-ROM.

Video: The adult and juvenile video collection contains more than 3,400 titles. The adult collection includes how-to, exercise, health, biographical and educational titles as well as some Marine Corps and military history titles. The juvenile video collection consists of a very good selection of movies and nonfiction videos for children and young adults.

Services


Audio/Visual Equipment and Services: Televisions with DVD and Blu-ray players, and video game consoles are available for use in the library.
All materials circulate for a period of 3 weeks.

Children's storytime meets every Wednesday 1000 @ Tarawa Terrace Community Center and Midway Park Community Center. Thursday 0930 & 1030 at the Base Library.

Free Family Movie Nights are the 2nd Friday of the month 1830 @ the Base Library and 4th Friday of the month 1830 @ Tarawa Terrace Community Center.

There is a conference room that holds 30 people available for community meetings. There is a mounted InFocus Projector, drop down screen and laptop computers available for in house presentations. Reservations are required.

Computer/Internet Training:



• Internet Access- Available on a first-come-first-serve basis.

• Word Processing- Computers are available with Microsoft Office.

• Learning Resource Center- 19 computers are available for active duty and DOD personnel.



Copier and Reader Printout Service: 10 cents a page.

Fax Service: Self Service Fax with debit or credit card ( per page), overseas fax (.95 for the 1st page then, .45 per page after).