Communities of scholars, researchers, or professionals engage in sustained discourse with new insights and discoveries occurring over time as a result of varied perspectives and interpretations. - ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education
The Undergraduate Research Scholar Program provides an opportunity for MCC students to work with faculty on research projects and to share the results of their research.
Past presentations can be found here:
Kristi Harreld and Debbi Skozek
National Library Week is April 10-16 and we need your help to celebrate!
We are highlighting one of the frames in the Framework for Information Literacy – Scholarship as Conversation. This research guide shows some of the ways that MCC (faculty, staff, administrators, full-time, part-time, everyone!) contributes to the scholarly conversation.
It's not too late to share your contributions. If you have written a book, article, dissertation, review, or blog post, given a presentation or interview, done a performance or art show, or shared your knowledge in any other way, let us know so we can include your work.
Just email a citation, link, or description to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Todd Culp and Mark Waters
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Fall 2020 Semester Hours:
The MCC Library will be open to currently enrolled MCC students only until further notice.
Monday through Thursday:
8:00am to 6:00pm
Monday, September 7 -- Labor Day
Tuesday, November 3 -- Election Day
Wednesday-Friday, November 25-27 -- Thanksgiving Recess
Textbook for Geography 123: Energy Resources. (link to book here)
Living Physical Geography in the Laboratory. W.H. Freemanand Company. (link to book here)
Backdrops and Backgrounds: A Portrait Photographer's Guide. Amherst Media. (link to book here)