The CCC Library is hosting our FREE weekly workshop this semester for all CCC students.
All workshops are held remotely via Zoom with no reservations required and will use the same zoom link below:
Sept 21st @ 6p
Oct 1st @ 11a
The library and its collections contain a wide variety of resources that may be especially helpful for your assignment & projects this semester. This workshop will teach you the essentials of using the library's physical and online collections and where you can get research help 24/7. Database demonstrations will utilize Academic Search Complete, Ethnic NewsWatch & others.
Plagiarism & How to Avoid It
Sept 24th @ 11am
Come and learn the basics about plagiarism and CCC's Academic Integrity policy.
We'll cover best practices for avoiding plagiarism, and the differences between summary, paraphrase, and quotation. Please bring questions about this important academic topic.
Sept 30th @ 12pm
Oct 8th @ 11a
Oct 21st @ 1pm
Learn to leverage all that the Google search can offer. Attendees to this session will discuss and utilize advanced search techniques to enhance Google results. The session will also include an overview on Google Scholar and linking CCC Library resources into your search.
Oct 5th @ 6p
Oct 22nd @ 11a
Nov 9th @ 6p
Attend this workshop to learn how to use this powerful citation management tool to keep your sources organized, export citations into your project assignments to create bibliographies in APA & MLA format with ease. New Noodle Tools users will also be assisted in creating their account during this session.
STEM Database Search
Oct 26th @ 6p
Students often struggle with finding primary research and peer-reviewed articles in
CCC Library’s scientific research databases, which is why we’re offering this
workshop to demystify how to access, evaluate and use these great resources.
Oct 12th @ 6p
Oct 28th @ 1p
One-on-one support with all kinds of tech! Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Excel, OneDrive, Canvas, Insite, and more! Bring us your questions and tech issues during this drop-in hour.
NEW! Citation 101
Oct 15th @ 11a
Citation 101 provides students a thorough overview of what citation is, academic expectations, and the technical steps needed in the creation of bibliographic lists and source use. APA & MLA Styles are discussed as examples for future use in coursework.
Nov 2nd @ 6p
Learn how to format an essay in the 7th edition of the APA style guide. We'll go over how to format in-text citations and citations for a Reference page and learn about library resources for APA formatting.
Nov 4 @ 1p
Learn how to format an essay in MLA-style, 8th edition. We'll go over how to format in-text citations and citations for a Works Cited page and learn about available library resources for MLA formatting.
For more information, please contact the Library Reference Desk -
call/text 510-426-5026 or chat with us 24/7.