606 views | 0 0 | Last updated on May 01, 2020 Barcodes
Any RCC student, faculty or staff member can obtain a library barcode. Before we can issue you a barcode that will allow you to access all of the library's services, you must first obtain a Student ID Card. Student ID Cards are issued by Campus Security in Room 109 of the Academic Building. To get a library barcode, bring your Student ID Card to the library's Circulation Desk and ask a staff member to assist you. Any questions, please email us. email@example.com.
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Access streaming videos through Academic Video Online and Kanopy using this link. You will need a library barcode to access these resources off campus.
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A database, Books & Authors, by Gale Cengage Learning can be consulted for the lists of book award winners. Click this link and select Award Winners tab on the right.
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RCC Library may have some textbooks used for your course. Since most of them may be the former edition and have different publication dates, please consult your instructor for an advice. You can use the RCC Online Catalog to locate books.
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Reserve books can only be used in the library, with a few exceptions. To get a reserve book, ask a library staff at the circulation desk for the book that you need. You will need a valid student ID card with a library barcode to check the book out. If you are not sure what book you need, you can search the library catalog. A full listing of course reserves can be found here.
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The Purdue University, Writing Lab, and OWL at Purdue prepared a website of the MLA Formatting and Style online as this link.
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During COVID-19 you may find it by visiting AVAILABLE ONLINE TEXTBOOK.
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Our RCC Library has Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed. at Reference Shelves. If you are interested to consult this book, please copy its call number-REF BF76.7 .P83 2010, and locate it on the shelves. Or you can consult a brief notes of APA documentation style prepared by LaGuardia Community College Library. https://library.laguardia.edu/help/cite/apa/
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