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Evaluating Online Sources: The SIFT Method

The SIFT Method, created by Mike Caulfield, is a way to determine if resources are credible. There is so much information available to us at our fingertips, especially with social media and websites.…

From  Marlinda Karo on 06/29/2021 0 likes 0  

HCC Library Webinar - Quick Tour

Join HCC Librarian Jenn Stidham for a Quick Tour of online library resources available from anywhere!

From  Jennifer Stidham on 04/9/2021 0 likes 0  

EDUC 1301 Finding Sources

Librarian Jennifer Crispin demonstrates finding sources in Eagle Library Search and four specific databases: ERIC, JSTOR, Gale Educators Collection, and Project Muse.

From  Jennifer Crispin on 01/27/2021 0 likes 0  

CDEC 1319 Finding Journal Articles in HCC Library Databases

This informative 60 minute video is designed to help students search the HCC libraries' licensed databases of magazine, newspaper, and journal articles (and much more!) for academic research…

From  Marlinda Karo on 01/23/2021 0 likes 0  

HCC Library Webinar - MLA Format

This HCC Librarian-led instructional webinar was held on March 31, 2020 and includes basic information on MLA Style, 8th Edition. Manuscript format, in-text, and works cited section information are…

From  Jennifer Stidham on 04/3/2020 0 likes 0  

HCC Library Webinar - Using HCC Library Databases - Literary Criticism

This is a customized library instruction webinar. Topics covered include database searching with a focus upon finding literary criticism.

From  Jennifer Stidham on 04/15/2019 0 likes 0