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New Instruction Tool for Faculty: openNCCC

openNCCC is a library of open educational resources. Contains hundreds of lesson plans and activities in all subject areas. Click the openNCCC link to explore and you can also register for webinars on the VLC . openNCCC: Getting Started March 30 at 10:00 am In this session, we will address the basics of using the  Read More

Women’s History Month

Celebrating Women’s History Month with book & DVD displays as well as playing a game on our chalkwall. You could win a gift card to the CFCC Bookstore! For even more, check out our research guide: https://libguides.cfcc.edu/Womens-History-Month For our Faculty & Staff If you’re looking for films to use in the classroom for Women’s History  Read More

Student Success Workshops

Join Rosemarie Hoffman via Blackboard Collaborate on a variety of student success topics! Recorded sessions go live on Wednesdays at noon. Access the full session schedule and past Student Success Workshops

Academic Video Online (AVON)

AVON contains over 70,000 titles spanning a wide range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and more. Watch this helpful video to get the most of of this resource.

Overview of the CFCC Library Research Guides

Wondering what resources the library recommends for your assignment? Curious if the library has a list banned books or Oscar-winning films or trending research topics? Need help citing your resources in APA/MLA/Chicago format? We have research guides for all of these requests and over 300 more! This video will walk you through how to get  Read More

Find Scholarly Journal Articles with ProQuest Central

Need academic/scholarly journal articles for your research project? Use ProQuest Central! This video will walk you through how to get there and grab the best stuff.

Current Issues Research with SIRS

Need quality information on current topics in the news? Need help brainstorming a topic? Like having MLA/APA style citations already created for you? Join us for this brief video overview of your new best friend, SIRS.
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