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Maysville Community and Technical College Library Resources

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  • Why search here? Focused on the academic needs of community colleges is a multidisciplinary e-book collection.
  • What's included? Includes more than 61,000 titles from notable publishers.
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  • What's included? From clinical guides and evidence-based practice manuals to practical handbooks and professional growth titles, this collection includes more than 720 ebooks that provides researchers the information they need to provide outstanding care.
  • Steaming Video
  • Why search here? The PBS Video Collection is a curated, discipline-focused, primary-source collections, websites, and streaming media for learning and research.
  • What's included? Streaming video products range from exclusive, must-have titles to what’s become the largest library-oriented video database in the world. Includes more than 60,000 video titles across all disciplines. Particularly strong in the fields of counseling, anthropology, history, diversity studies, theatre, film, music, dance, news, current affairs, and the social sciences. In music and dance, there are more than 10 million streaming audio tracks, 1.3 million pages scores, and thousands of video performances, together with reference materials and primary sources.

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For beginning research, try a database listed under "Great Starts for General Research".

For more specific subject searching, go to the "Search by Database Subject" box and choose a subject. This will narrow database choices. 

Uncertain about a topic? Select "General Topics" in the "Search by Database Subject" box. This will narrow database choices.

Looking for a particular type of resource? Go to the "Search by Database Type" and select Articles, Ebooks, Newspapers, etc.

If you know the name of the database, use the "Search by Database Name" box.


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