These guides prepared by other SFCC librarians will provide you with additional information on using the library's electronic resources and documenting your research.
Instructions on using the SFCC library's electronic resources from off-campus.
An introduction to locating quality resources with the SFCC Library webpage.
Information on citing sources in MLA and APA formats and avoiding plagiarism.
SFCC students can request books from Gonzaga, Whitworth, North Idaho College, and elsewhere. These items are delivered to the CCS learning center of your choice for pick-up, usually within a few days.
SFCC students can also request books and articles not available at SFCC through interlibrary loan. It can take a week or so for articles, at least two weeks for books, so request any items you may need early in your research process.
Residents of Spokane and most of Spokane County can also take advantage of the Spokane Public Library's extensive print collection, including many popular-level books on politics and current events.
Our professional librarians are available to help you with your assignment at any point in the research process. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you require assistance.
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