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Using the Research Guides

Use the library's research guides to start your research for a specific class or discipline. 

Each guide contains:

  • Research tips specific to the discipline
  • Suggested library books
  • Journals and databases for your research (paid library databases)
  • Suggested websites (open internet)
  • The library's source evaluation rubric (SCARAB)
  • Citation resources

 

To find a research guide in the box below:

  • Select a Subject from the drop-down list.
  • Click A-Z List to browse an alphabetical list of guides.

Research Guides

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A

Abraham Lincoln in Fiction & Non-fiction

Adult Basic Education

Anthropology

Apps for Research and Studying

Archives, library

Art

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

Athletics-at-a-glance

Automotive

 

B

Biology: Experiment Paper (BIO 157)

Black History Month

British Literature 1800 to Present (ENG 256)

Business

 

C

Career Development

Career Ideas - Do What You Love

Career Services

Censorship (ENG 152)

Chemistry, Introductory (CHEM 164)

Children's Literature

Comedy (ENG 152/SPE 151)

Community & Local Research (ENG 151/ENG 152 & PLT 155)

Controversial Issues (ENG 151/ENG 152)

Copyright Information

Country Portfolio (SPA 151/152)

Cranial Contentment (ENG 152/PSY 151)

Criminal Justice

Culinary Management

 

D

Digital Nation (ENG 152)

Digitization Apps

Do What You Love

Drugs in a Contemporary Society (HFE 250)

 

E

Early Childhood Education (ECE 250)

Edgar Allan Poe (ENG 152)

Education

Education Issues (ENG 152)

Emergency Medical Services

English (with links to ENG 151/152 assignments)

English as a Second Language

Entrepreneurship (BUS 160)

Ernest Hemingway (ENG 152)

 

F

Fad Diets (HFE 250)

Fire Science

Food and Health in America (ENG 152)

Foreign Languages

 

G

Geography

Geology of the National Parks (GEL 110)

Greek & Roman Mythology (ENG 271)

 

H

Health Information Technology

Hispanic Heritage Month

History

The Horror! The Horror! (ENG 152/JRN 180)

Horticulture

 

I

Information Literacy Program (resources for faculty)

Information Literacy Tutorial

Integrating Library Resources into Teaching and Learning

Intercultural Communication (SPE 251)

 

J

Journal Lists (library)

Journalism

 

K

 

L

Landscape Perennials (HRT 159)

Legal Environment of Business (BUS 241)

Leisure Reading

Library Information

 

M

Management

Manufacturing

Marketing

Mathematics

Middle Earth (ENG 152/PHI 250)

Music

 

N

National Library Week 2020

Native American Heritage Month

Native American Mysteries

Nazi Germany and the Holocaust (ENG 152/PHIL 251)

Non-western Mythologies (ENG 272)

Nursing and Allied Health Sciences

Nutrition Across the Lifespan (HFE 250)

Nutrition Issues (HFE 250)

 

O

Occupational Therapy Assistant

Open Educational Resources

 

P

Paralegal

Philosophy, Ethics, & Religion

Physical Therapist Assistant

Playing God: Writing about Bioethics (ENG 151/PHI 251)

Political Science

Psychology

 

Q

 

R

 

S

Science

Shakespeare, Introduction to (ENG 240)

Sixties (ENG 152)

Sociology

Speech

Sustainability

 

T

Technology and Computing

Theater

 

U

Undergraduate Research Scholars

 

V

Videos in MCC library catalog & databases

 

W

Women's History Month

Women's Literature (ENG 275/251)

 

X

 

Y

 

Z

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