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Welcome to LibGuides!: List of LibGuides by Subject

Research guides for your LCCC courses and assignments.

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Guides by Subject

Agriculture, Equine

Art, Music, Theater

Business, Accounting, Economics, Marketing
Canvas
Citation Help
Communication, Journalism, Multimedia
Education
English, World Languages, Literature

Health Sciences

History, Philosophy, Religion
Law, Political Science

Sciences: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Geosciences, Physics, Zoology

Social Sciences: Anthropology, Psychology, Human Services
Strategies for Success (STRT 1000)
Trades & Technical Studies

Featured Resources

Screenshot of Anatomy.TV database

Anatomy.TV

Check out this virtual anatomy study tool!

All-Star Collectors Cards

Listing of the All-star Collector's Cards pages

Who Owns the Ice House? (free e-book access)

  • Log in with your myLCCC account.
  • You can read the PDF or ePub full text online.
  • If you choose to download the book for offline viewing, you will be prompted to create an EBSCO account.
  • Please contact the library if you have any questions!

COVID-19 Guide to Faculty Resources

This guide will direct you to some of the most useful library resources as well as access to publishers and vendors issuing extended access during the COVID-19 pandemic.

English 1010 Research Guide

This guide is intended to help students in ENGL 1010 identify and learn how to get started using library databases for academic research. The library catalog and some of our most popular multidisciplinary databases are covered.

Faculty Resources