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Resources for students
Rock your next research project when you start with these guides, conveniently broken into specific topics.
Resources for faculty and staff
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Contact your instruction librarian
Need help finding specific resources for your class? Contact an instruction librarian at your campus.
Planning a research project? Give us a head’s up and we can prepare research materials for your students.
Need a specific title for your course? Use this form to reserve it so your students can access it inside the library.
Are you looking to supplement your lectures with a film or music? Have a look at the streaming media resources we have to offer.
In addition to our expansive collection at STLCC Libraries, we have access to millions more resources in several other states through MOBIUS, a network of academic and public libraries throughout Missouri and beyond.
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What is a copyright? Use these pages to learn the basics of copyright and fair use.
If the book or article you need is not available from the library or MOBIUS catalog, or if it is on microfilm, you can request the item via Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery services.
Check out The Better Together Online Book Club
The Better Together: Online Book Club
We are a library sponsored, district wide, online, common-reading book club for the STLCC community. Each semester we feature two books that share a related theme, but present a difference in genre or perspective. The Fall 2018 selections are Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult and Another Day in the Death of America: A Chronicle of Ten Short Lives by Gary Younge.