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CCC Library supports students, faculty, staff, and community members by teaching users how to find and evaluate information, providing access to millions of print and online resources, assisting with research, and offering space to learn.

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Want to be a 4.0 College student?

Learn how to do academic research before you have an actual research paper due! Taking LIB101 helps you succeed in all classes that require you to find/use information or write research papers - from WR121 to COMM111 to BA250. 

  • Free credit: no tuition, no fees, no textbook!
  • Online: no classroom hours! Learning, assignments, quizzes all take place online through Moodle.
  • Help: your instructor is a CCC librarian and available for you through Moodle, email, phone, or in-person on campus.
  • Every term: fits every student's schedule. No prerequisites!

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Hiring Student Assistants

CCC Library is currently hiring student assistants with a Federal Work Study Award as part of their financial aid package. Library Assistants work part-time and maintain books and journals in the library, assist library users at the circulation desk, and provide customer service to students, faculty, staff and community partners.

See student jobs for more information about the position.

Contact Ali Ihrke (alison.ihrke@clackamas.edu) or Derek Cloo (derek.cloo@clackamas.edu) to find out how to apply for one of these positions!

Student in library. Pixabay CC image.

Is this story share-worthy?

How often do you share, like or retweet a story or image without actually evaluating the information to see if it's credible or harmful?

Use this flowchart to decide if you should share that story, or if it's #fakenews.

Thank you Dave Mount (critical thinker and English instructor extraordinaire) for sharing!

Infographic: Is this story share-worthy?

What are peer-reviewed articles?

So your teacher wants you to find peer-reviewed, scholarly, or academic articles. Visit this page to find information on how to find the kinds of articles your instructor wants! 

FILMS ON DEMAND has new videos!

Films on Demand has added hundreds of new titles this year. Take a look!

Films on Demand offers thousands of streaming videos online - it’s like an academic version of Netflix! Subjects include art, biology, careers & job searching, criminal justice, CTE, history, mathematics, science, technology, and world languages.
How to search Films on Demand

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