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We have a variety of classes, workshops, and research guides to help you learn how to use the library to conduct research effectively and efficiently
Last Updated: Jan 22, 2013 URL: Print Guide
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Credit-Bearing Courses

We currently offer one three-unit course entitled, LIBR 100: Research Concepts and Practice. This course gives students a comprehensive introduction to information competency skills and prepares students to complete college-level research assignments such as papers and speeches successfully. See the MJC Course Catalog for complete description.

Research Guides

The library has developed a collection of research guides that provide instruction, resources, and services to help you complete your research projects with ease. We also have several that you can use to learn how to research effectively and efficiently.

You can browse our full collection of Research Guides or try some of these below to improve your research skills:


Research Instruction Sessions

Research Workshops

Each semester the library offers two-hour Ready, Set, Research workshops that introduce students to research methods, information sources, and library services. For more information on Ready, Set, Research, contact Kathleen Ennis by telephone at 209-575-6409 or email.

Curriculum-Specific Research Instruction Sessions

Library faculty are available to visit classes to present curriculum-specific instruction sessions. These sessions introduce students to research methods, information sources, and library services. To learn more about these sessions and to schedule one for your class, faculty should click here.


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