From Brooklyn to Boston, from World War II to the present, Jason Sokol traces the modern history of race and politics in the Northeast. Is the Northeast's history a microcosm of America as a whole: outwardly democratic, but inwardly conflicted over race?
Monday February 13th at 1pm on Zoom: https://ccsnh.zoom.us/j/94982115557
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Faculty, consult the MCC Library's Open Educational Resources (OERs) toolkit to learn how to adopt/adapt OERs instead of expensive textbooks.
Online library workshops for students to develop vital research skills for college success. Modules include: Using the MCC Library Resources, Evaluating Sources, Citing Sources in MLA, Citing Sources in APA, Primary Sources, and Getting Started with a Research Paper. Click on link to self-enroll in the Canvas course.
Modules are self-paced and each takes about 30 minutes to complete.
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).
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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.
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