Online and on campus, we are a community!
Check out our Recognizing COVID-19 Misinformation guide, which includes tips for having difficult conversations.
Making College affordable with free and low-cost textbooks
NoLo (No Cost/Low Cost) textbooks are a great way to save money on the cost of college. Chat with Deb and Kristen to learn:
Join us virtually or in-person:
November 4th @ 1pm
November 4th @ 5pm
Drop-in or signup for an email reminder here.
Also, see whether we have your course materials, search eBooks or use the MCC OneSearch box on this page to find articles. If your course is using open educational resources (OERs), there should be a link or readings in your Canvas course. If you need help, ask us! Want to know more about OERs? Visit the Open Textbook Alliance.
Faculty, consult the MCC Library's Open Educational Resources (OERs) toolkit to learn how to adopt/adapt OERs instead of expensive textbooks.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a life-changing event for all members of the Manchester Community College community and for the institution itself. Researchers now and in the future will want to know how we responded, what we thought, and what we did during this time. To help the MCC Library preserve this history, we are inviting the MCC Community to share their reflections on COVID-19’s impact.
To contribute, please visit: http://bit.ly/mccmemory
MCC Librarians created a series of online guides to help you find, evaluate and use library and other resources. Click MCC Library Resources in the left menu in any Canvas course to see a research guide matched to your course (some non-research courses have the library homepage).
See all course and subject research guides, or visit one of our most popular guides:
MCC Library provides eBooks and print books to students, faculty and staff. Ask a librarian for help finding what you need.
With our Interlibrary loan service, we can also get books from other libraries. See the last tab on this box for more information.
Check if the MCC Library has access to a specific publication. Also, browse publications in a given subject area.
MCC Library can get articles or books from other libraries. It is easy and free!
If you find a book, DVD, or article somewhere else, please complete the MCC Interlibrary Loan request form. Never pay for full text on a website -- your library can request it for free. Watch our how-to video to learn more.
If you find an article by searching in MCC Library databases and you see the message below in your search results, click on it to open a form that has the publication information already completed. All we will need is your contact information.
Whichever form you complete, we will request the materials from the other library and contact you when they arrive at MCC. Read more about ILL.
Call us at (603) 206-8150
Text Us at (351) 277-0090
The Library and Learning Commons spaces are open:
Monday - Thursday
7:30 AM - 7 PM
7:30 AM - 6 PM
During the hours above we respond to email and phone messages, and you can drop in to ask for research help.
MCC Library is open online 24/7.
When classes are in session, chat & text are staffed 24/7 by librarians, including weekends & holidays (unless we're with a class; then just try back later).
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