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Last Updated: Dec 12, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Library Instruction at MCC

Welcome! The goal of the MCC library instruction program is to help students build the research skills they need to successfully complete coursework.

Teaching Online?

MCC Libraries use ANGEL to provide library instruction: 

Embedded Library Instruction - Add a librarian to your online courses.

MCC Libraries' Learning Object Repository - Copy these links to library resources and services directly into your online course modules.

Contact Pam Czaja (292-2308).



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    Schedule a Library Instruction Session

    Please provide at least two weeks notice when scheduling your classes. We require faculty to attend sessions with their students.

    Types of Library Instruction

    Information literacy skills are taught by the following methods:

    • Course-integrated instruction - Students get hands-on practice using library and other resources.
    • Point-of-use instruction - A librarian can answer research-related questions whenever the libraries are open. Help is also available through AskUs 24/7, our chat reference service.

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