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Library & Learning Center Services During COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place: Home

Our doors may be closed but the L & LC has many ways to help you with your assignments

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Get Help with Research

Librarians are ready to help you with your research. See all the ways we can help:
 

Work with a Librarian

Connect with us and ask us your questions, using our Ask a Librarian service or the Library Chat button at the bottom of the page.

Summer Hours:

Monday/Wednesdays, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Tuesday/Thursdays,      2:00 pm - 7:00 pm 

 

Find the Sources You Need

  • All of our research databases are available online and off-campus. All our databases are free for you to use. You'll be asked to sign in using your student ID # (WITHOUT the W) and your six-digit birth date (MMDDYY)
     
  • You also have online access to tens of thousands of eBooks.
 

Learn From Your Librarians

  • We have hundreds of research guides that are designed around a specific class, assignment, or useful research skill.
     
  • Need help formatting your paper or citing your sources? Check out our Learn to Cite guide.
     
  • We have our own YouTube channel of How-To Videos.

 

Tutoring & Writing Center

Our tutors and Learning Center staff are also available to help you with your assignments remotely. 

All you need to do is email or call to schedule an appointment.

Appointments are available between 9 am and 4 pm Monday through Thursday.

Math or Science Appointments Email:

           Alice Giagou (giagoua@yosemite.edu) or 

           Miguel Trejo (trejom@yosemite.edu

You can also call us at (209) 575-6676

 

Writing Center Appointments Email:

Jakki Jordan (jordanj@yosemite.edu),

Sara Kottinger (kottingers@yosemite.edu), or

Natasha Sligar (sligarn@yosemite.edu)

You can also call us at (209) 575-6346

 

Drop-In Math Tutoring

Available M-Th 9-4
Click here to Join Drop in Math!

Meeting ID: 818 1316 5442
Password: 884576


NetTutornettutor‚Äč

NetTutor is an online tutoring platform available to all Modesto Junior College students.

You'll find NetTutor in the course navigation menu of your Canvas courses. (Note: If you don't see it in one course, check another one or ask your teacher).

The subjects include Accounting, Administration of Justice, Anatomy and Physiology, Anthropology, Astronomy, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Child Development, Communications and Speech, Computer Science and IT, Economics, English Literature, Finance, French, FYE & College Student Success, Geology, German, History, Italian, Logic, Math (Algebra, Basic Math, Pre-Calculus and above, Statistics, Probability, and Math in Spanish), Music, Nursing and Health, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, and Writing.

You can meet with a live tutor online, drop off a paper and get feedback from a writing tutor, or drop off a question. 

 

Calculators for Summer and Returning Books

Calculators

‚ÄčInterested in checking out a calculator for summer? 

If you are taking Elementary Statistics this summer, check your student e-mail for a message. 

There is also an online calculator emulator from Texas Instruments that can do everything a TI 84 can, and it’s free for 6 months!

 

Returning Books & Semester Loans

Have a semester loan or another book checked out?  Feel free to hang on to it unless you’re coming to campus for another reason. If you are, you can drop it off in the drop box. 

There will be no overdue fines, and you can return materials when the library reopens.

 

Questions about Calculators or returning books?

E-mail:

Or call 575-6663 (Leave a message if it’s before 7:30 or after 5:30)

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