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Banned Books Week—September 25–October 1

"By focusing on efforts across the country to remove or restrict access to books, Banned Books Week draws national attention to the harms of censorship. While books have been and continue to be banned, part of the Banned Books Week celebration is the fact that, in a majority of cases, the books have remained available. This happens only thanks to the efforts of librarians, teachers, students, and community members who stand up and speak out for the freedom to read."

Learn more about Banned Books Week from the American Library Association

Get Involved in Banned Books Week

"Banned Books that Shaped America"

Banned Books Week

Neal Campus Kingman has a new Library

Your Neal Campus Kingman Library has relocated to the the bright and beautiful new Student Services Center in building 300. The Library occupies the east end of the Student Services Center, where you can find student computers; a printer and copier; collaborative study rooms; a spacious and quiet reading room; and of course all of our books, magazines, newspapers, and reference materials.

Interior view of new Kingman Campus Library looking northeast

New online reference tool available

Credo Reference

Credo Reference contains online encyclopedias, subject dictionaries, and biographical sources. It also includes reference tools such as Mind Map, which is a visual way to generate research topics and organize your research. Other helpful tools include collections of quotations, pronunciations, and images.

Use Credo Reference as a starting point for your next paper or research project.

Search Library Resources!

Google Scholar
Limit Your Results

Searches thousands of articles from academic journals, magazines, newspapers, trade publications and more using our EBSCO databases.  

Google Scholar

Direct Link to MCC's Catalog

Search the catalog for books, audiobooks, print journals, DVDs and more available on-location at our four campus libraries.

ebrary

Searches our collection of thousands of e-books.

Google Scholar

Search for scholarly literature from around the web, including articles and books.  Items may not be available in full-text, ask library staff about acquiring these items.  Sources found using Google Scholar should be evaluated for credibility before use.  Avoid theses and dissertations.

Please use the following link to access Google Scholar from off campus:  Google Scholar

For more information about Google Scholar please click here.

 

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