You can also ask us a question via email or text, and we’ll get back to you with an answer or a referral.
Virtual one-on-one assistance can also be made with a subject specialist. Contact email@example.com for a virtual appointment.
Use the search boxes above to search every EBSCOhost or Gale database at once or pick and choose which database(s) to search by going to the "A to Z Database List" page. I need to watch a database tutorial video.
Search the catalog for books, audiobooks, print journals, DVDs (and more) available at MCC's four campus libraries. Items from non-MCC libraries are available to students and patrons who submit an Interlibrary Loan (ILL) request.
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. Note: Before searching Google Scholar, make sure to enable "Library Links" found on on page 3 of the Using Google Scholar handout.
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.
Please see these helpful handouts for assistance with research skills and databases. Handout are organized alphabetically by topic.