To access any database in this Research Guide from off campus, you will need your myMCC login.
Welcome! This guide has been created to direct English students to quality, appropriate resources for their papers. Below are some of the most useful features of this guide.
The box above tells you how to access databases from off campus. The databases are a great source for scholarly, peer reviewed articles.
You will find some additional Guides in the Specific Assignments box on the left to direct you to sources for some specific English assignments, such as Community & Local Research and Greek & Roman Mythology.
Finding Books & Media at the top contains access to the Library Catalog which lists books and media in the MCC Library. Also on this tab you will find databases that contain full-text reference books on many subjects.
Finding Articles & More directs you to databases that contain articles in journals, magazines, newspapers, and more.
Evaluating Sources directs you to information about the SIFT Method, which will help you select quality, appropriate sources suitable for use in a college-level research paper.
The Quick Links box provides links to our citations guides, our full list of databases, and all of our research guides.
Need help? Click Ask a Librarian in the MCC Library Info box to start a chat with a librarian.
Information Literacy is one of MCC's four general education goals. Part of Information Literacy is the ability to evaluate information for quality and to select sources that are suitable for the information need! We're here today to help you develop these skills in ENG 151. Following this session (and with some practice), you should be able to:
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