The Cerro Coso Library is an important resource for our faculty. Please review this guide for information on how we can help you
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In standard library orientations, we will go over how to use the databases and catalogs. We can tailor a session based on research questions your students may use for your class or a specific assignments. Students may practice using the databases and the catalog using a worksheet. This can be done in the library classroom, your own classroom, or a Zoom session.
Schedule a time time for your students to learn more about the library and the resources available. Students will learn about the databases and learn how to navigate the catalog. Students will complete a library scavenger hunt that takes them throughout the library and on the library's website.
We are available to meet with you or your students for research assistance and/or MLA or APA citations.
This is an interactive opportunity in Canvas where we provide library assistance (research and/or citation assistance) for your students. This can be done in a discussion forum or live chat to answer student questions.
Cerro Coso faculty can recommend new titles for purchase. This helps us achieve a collection of adequate scope, depth, and quality.
We purchase textbooks when we are able to obtain equity funding.
Your use of copyrighted materials in the classroom does not always fall under the fair use exemption in copyright law. To find out what is fair and what is copyright infringement, consult a librarian or review the documents below.