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To connect with online services and read the College’s updates regarding the coronavirus, visit cecil.edu/coronavirus.
Cecil College supports a campus and larger community that is inclusive of a diversity of people, thoughts and practices. We are a committed home to a community of learners who strive to broaden their knowledge of how similarities and differences in the world can advance and not stall humanity. Cecil College continues to assess and develop resources to increase opportunities and reduce the barriers for people of color and other minority groups. Seahawk pride is based on mutual respect. There is no place for hate on our campuses.
—Dr. Mary Way Bolt, President, Cecil College
Journal, magazine and newspaper articles can be located using the databases. The library subscribes to a variety of databases that cover a wide range of subjects. In addition to the traditional databases, the library also subscribes to e-references that contain reports, encyclopedia articles, articles from other reference books, videos, maps, images, paintings, and standardized test preparation materials.
Need help? Check out numerous video tutorials on searching in the databases.
Covering everything from Biology to Western History, these subject guides pull together only the best resources for each specific course. Take the guesswork out of research and find everything from the best books, to the best databases to search, to citation help for each one of your classes!
Need help with your research? Consult these short tutorials, which are videos and self-paced modules, to help answer the most common questions about using the library's resources.
Have a suggestion for a new tutorial, or a question that hasn't been answered? Contact the librarians at email@example.com.
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