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ENGL 095 - Integrated Reading & Writing: Welcome!


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MCC Librarians created this guide to help you use the library's resources--books and much much more! If you have any questions about information in this guide or if you want help finding what you need for class, please contact us! You can call us, email us, chat with us or come to the Learning Commons to see us.

See MCC Library's Getting Started with Research guide to learn more about searching in library resources.

MCC Library Resources

The MCC Library provides electronic and print resources to support students with their assignments and research projects. The great majority of our resources are available online. We have more than 200,000 ebooks and more than 60 online databases that include thousands of periodicals and other publications--both scholarly and popular. These publications contain hundreds of thousands of articles, reports and more.

MCC Library OneSearch searches all of our resources at once.

MCC librarians can help you with your research assignments. Please contact us or just drop in!

Picking a Research Topic

Picking a topic for your bibiliography or paper may seem difficult. Here are some suggestions:

  • Pick a topic related to your major or program:
  • Pick a topic from a newspaper or magazine article.
  • Pick a topic from a news story.
  • Browse topics in one of these:

Credo Reference helps you build your research vocabulary with dictionaries, glossaries, thesauri, and other reference materials.

Reading others' writing

Reading is a good way to learn more about writing. These books are either freely available online or accessible with your MCC login. 

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