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Information Literacy Instruction, class embedded librarian or in-class one-shot sessions - normally customized to fit a specific assignment. Customized research guides.

Collection, electronic and physical collection of materials, including thousands of full-text magazine and scholarly periodical titles (e.g. Academic Search Complete), dozens of infobases (e.g. Oxford English Dictionary, Learning Express, Salem Press Reference, CQ Researcher), streaming videos (mostly social sciences, e.g. Films on Demand), audio titles (e.g. Recorded Books), over 40,000 ebooks (e.g. Ebook Central), media (DVD), and of course over 40,000 books. [SELECTION]

Assistance in developing class assignments, let us know what type of assignment you have in mind and we will check to see if we have the resources you need or we will make an effort to acquire said resources.

Assistance with Intellectual Property & Copyright issues or questions.

A reserves shelf for materials with abbreviated check-out periods to accommodate the need for many students in using the same resources or personal copies or AC produced material such as sample tests.

Contact AC Library at Ask-a-Librarian or call extension 5219.

Note:   All faculty and particularly all new faculty are encouraged to update their knowledge of Library services and resources by meeting with a librarian soon.



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