Library / Learning Resource Center

Library / Learning Resource Center

 

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Thank you for your patience as we work to correct this, and we apologize again for the disruption.

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Email: reference@hartnell.edu
Phone: (831) 759-6078
In-Person: Reference Desk, 2nd floor

 

Group Study Rooms - reserve a room for your study group

Course Materials on Reserve - check to see if your instructor made materials available

Research Guides - recommended books, databases, videos, and websites on specific topics

Research Resources - find articles for your paper

How to Cite Information - get help writing your bibliography

Research Paper Assistance - get help getting started with your assignment

Online Tutorials - learn more about finding information online

How to Cite Information - get help writing your bibliography

Information Literacy Handouts - how to find, evaluate, and use information

Research Guides - recommended books, databases, videos, and websites on specific topics

Research Paper Assistance - get help getting started with your assignment

Research Resources - A to Z list of our sources for articles and ebooks

Resources by Discipline - recommended sources for each subject area

Resources for Statistics Research - websites to find statistical information

Turnitin - student training - learn how to use Turnitin to avoid plagiarism

Course Reserves - make textbooks available for your students

Schedule a Library Instructional Session - please arrange at least one week in advance

Request a Library Purchase - suggest a title for the permanent collection

Faculty Services - how we can help you

Library Research Skills Assignments - have your students practice their library skills