The MLK Jr. Library offers a variety of research support, handouts and instruction to the students and faculty of LACC. Explore the links below to find out more.
Library Science Course – Improve your research skills with our 1-credit UC/CSU transferable course.
Library Workshops - Online library workshops for LACC students to learn about: Using the LACC Library Resources, Evaluating Sources, Citing Sources in MLA, Citing Sources in APA, Primary Sources, and Getting Started with a Research Paper. Click on link to self-enroll in the Canvas course.
Research Sources Matrix - Tool to help students organize their research and the sources they find in the process.
Research Support (LibGuides) – Online research assistance, subject guides, and useful resources compiled by your librarians.
Study Aids & Handouts – Online versions of Library's printed study aids handouts available at the Reference Desk. All of these files are also available for download by clicking on the links.
Tutorials – Collection of additional resources to assist you with citations, databases, financial aid & scholarships, research, and more.
Legal & Ethical Uses of Information - Online library mini-course for LACC students to learn about topics like plagiarism, copyright, fair use, the importance of citing, and academic integrity. Click on link to self-enroll in the Canvas course. Average time to complete is 1 hour.
Library Orientation Evaluation - Dear Student: We need your feedback to know how we're doing. Please answer each question below; all responses are anonymous. Thank you in advance for responding to the survey!
Library Orientation Request Form - For Faculty. This form is to request library orientations for your classes. The library orientations are typically one hour in length. Room availability is limited: please submit your request at least one week prior to your desired date.