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A warm welcome from CCC Library! As CMC students, you are CCC students. You are entitled and expected to use all the same resources as college learners. This guide is your entry point into the world of academic research. We are here to help!

Image of laptop computer showing homepage of LIB101 Introduction to Library Research Moodle course.LIB101 Introduction to Library Research

Learn how to do academic research before your paper is due!

  • Free: No tuition, no fees, no textbook.
  • Online, on your schedule: Lessons and assignments are all in Moodle.
  • College success: Learn the skills you need to complete research in any class.
  • Transfer credit: LIB101 earns you one college credit that counts toward graduation and as a Gen Ed elective transfer credit at many of our transfer universities.
  • Help: Your instructor is a CCC librarian available to help you.
    • Get help through chat, Zoom, Moodle, email, phone, or in-person.
    • All CCC librarians teach LIB101 and can help you.
  • Every term: We offer an on-time and late-start section each term. LIB101 is a nine week course; most CCC courses are 11 weeks.
  • Financial aid: LIB101 counts towards your total course load to qualify you for financial aid.

Blue checkmark.Check course sections & open seats on CCC's Schedule of Classes webpage.

Contact CCC Admissions

  • Not yet a CCC student? Start here!

  • Already a CCC student? Log into your myClackamas and register for LIB101 using CougarTrax > Registration > Register for Sections

  • Are you a high school student enrolled at CCC for advanced college credit? Start here! 

  • Anyone can email admissions@clackamas.edu for questions about finding and enrolling in LIB101

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