If you're a professor moving your course online, consider partnering with MCC Libraries:
Add a librarian to your Blackboard course
Ask a librarian to teach a library instruction session through Blackboard Collaborate
Ask a librarian to create a course guide
Increase your students' research skills by assigning one of our library tutorials
Find information about Open Educational Resources (OER) you can add to your course
Contact your personal librarian (see the Personal Librarians for Faculty page on this guide) to discuss how we can help you!
Students use their A# and a library password (usually their birthday in a MMDDYYYY format - ie . 03162001)
Make sure you enter a capital "A" for your A#.
Faculty use MCC username or library barcode together with their library password.
Faculty and staff who need a library account, please email email@example.com
The MCC Libraries have plenty of digital materials available for you to use remotely.
Research and Course Guides- Created by MCC Librarians and tailored to your course, these guides to help you find the best databases and resources as well as provide search tips and tools.
MCC Search- Search the majority of library resources in one search. Use the search box to find sources such as popular and scholarly articles and streaming videos. Use the filters on the left side of the screen to find limits such as Full-Text, source type and date range.
Article & Research Databases - Access to journal articles, magazines, newspapers, video, and more.
E-books and e-textbooks - See e-books and e-textbooks page on this guide.
eJournals - Search for journals accessible to MCC students, faculty and staff by title, subject or ISSN.
Streaming Media - Search Films on Demand, Kanopy or PBS Video for streaming video options. See the Streaming Media page on this guide for more information.
Have other remote needs? New ideas for how the Libraries can help you off-campus? Contact your personal librarian or email firstname.lastname@example.org