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This Course Guide will help you find credible information in library databases on the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, history and epidemiology of a disease.

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Medical lab technician uses a microscope to check a fluid sample for blood. This Course Guide will help you complete your Disease Presentation Project, which is primarily completed during Winter and Spring terms. During Fall term, you met (virtually) with a librarian to help get you started. Reach out to her and get help any time!

Use this website to find credible information in CCC Library databases on the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, history and epidemiology of different diseases. Get information related to:

For a recording/transcript of your FA20 Zoom session with Jane the Librarian, check with your instructor.

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Off-campus access to CCC Library databases

Access CCC Library's online article and eBook databases from off campus anytime, anywhere! Follow the instructions below to log in from off campus.

  1. Go to CCC Library's homepage.
  2. Select Articles and A-Z databases under Research tools.
  3. Select a database (e.g., EBSCO eBooks).
  4. Log in using your full myClackamas email address and password.
  5. Select Submit.
  6. Success! You will have immediate access the database you selected.

Trouble logging in? Call 503-594-6323 or 503-594-6042 for help.

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