There are several types of information available to students through the ACC libraries, both in print form and electronically. Details provided on the different types of resources are listed below:
|Books||You can find a wealth of resources in the library's book collection. A book can provide detailed background information on a topic.|
|Reference Books||Encyclopedias, atlases, dictionaries, etc. are considered reference sources. Access these types of resources when you need to find definitions, biographies, overviews, and historical information.|
|Articles||Articles can be found in journals, magazines, or newspapers. Articles can vary in scope, but usually fall into one of two categories: scholarly and popular.|
|Web Sites||The internet can provide a wealth of information, especially from government sources and professional organizations. Be sure to carefully evaluate the information found here.|
Connects farmers with real-time advisors on a variety of farm issues.
Allows agricultural producers to identify crop deficiencies, receive product recommendations, and check spray tank compatibility.
Connect to businesses, people, product information, and chat/ask questions with partners, experts, and producers to grow your business.
Takes the guesswork out of irrigation scheduling, soil salinity management, and much more.
Enables farmers and agronomists to monitor crop variability, compare growth performance, track trends and organise information about your land.
A mobile solution to follow weather and soil moisture conditions on your farm.
A pest and disease management app that provides easy scouting for your fields including field weather data and path tracking.
Empowers you to make the best irrigation decisions by using hyperlocal weather, satellite images, field specific soil data and the team's decades of agronomic knowledge.
Farm and livestock record keeping and management system to help you run a more efficient, productive, and profitable business.
Created by farmers for farmers, this app allows users to post jobs, borrow equipment, and sell your own services to farmers that have time-sensitive needs.
Digital agronomy assistant for crop and field scouting, crop treatment, chemical prescriptions, imagery, and field analytics.
Enables farmers to have all their farm data such as satellite imagery, soil sampling, yield data, high-density sensor, and topography for fertilizing, crop protection, seeding, irrigation, and more!
Provides a mobile connection to the John Deere Operations Center to empower you to evaluate job execution and machine performance.
There's a suite of tools here from irrigation, fertilization, field layout, and frost alert.
Retrieves graphical summaries of soil types associated with your phone's current geographic location.
Applies artificial intelligence to your field for timely alerts on crop health and irrigation.
Gives farmers a photographic library of the crops to allow a simple and fast identification of possible nutrient deficiencies. Provides a fertilizer recommendation to treat identified deficiencies, as well as alternative products which allow preventing treatment for the following growing season.
Provides specific crops calculators for nutrients and growing degree days.
Calculates yield based on field input from ear kernel length and girth, population, and kernels per bushel. May only apply to corn.
Calculates the amount of seed required in order to produce a desired crop yield.
Scholarships and stipends are available for full-time and part-time students. Check it out!
Check out this free resource produced by Elgin and other Texas farmers and producers!