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English 105 Sapigao Spring 2022

Introduction

Hello!

This Library Guide is for English 105 taught by Prof Sapigao.  

We'll apply 5 key concepts to media literacy you read in class to guide our exploration and evaluation of information tools, platforms, and sources.

I'm your embedded librarian Athena Nazario.  if you need assistance  finding, evaluating and using information/library resources, please contact me at nazarioa@smccd.edu or go to our ASK A LIBRARIAN page.

 

Library Basics

Library Contact Info

Email: skylibrary@smccd.edu

Text Us: (650) 399-7712

Voice Mail: (650) 738-4311

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2022

Library Open - Limited In-Person Services Building 5, 2nd Floor

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 8am-5pm

Tuesday 8am-7pm

Friday 8am-4pm

  • Study Areas
  • Course Reserves
  • Library Materials
  • Technology devices
  • In-person library 

Hours of Online Ask A Librarian

Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 9:00pm

Friday: 8:00am to 4:00pm

Saturday 12:00pm-5:00pm

 

 

Need to borrow a Chromebook or Hotspot?

Stop by the library to check one out.

 

Library Account

All current students automatically have a Skyline College Library Account.  Your library account can be used to borrow books & materials from all three libraries in the San Mateo Community College System.    You don't need a physical card.

Your Library Account  provides access to:

OneSearch  

  • Search for articles, books & more
  • Place holds, check due dates, & renew items
  • Create a list of favorite books, articles & more

Library Databases - Our Library subscribes to many databases, including many subject-specific databases. To log into our databases off-campus you'll need to use your Canvas login OR SMCCD email.

 

Who do you trust and why? 

How do we know which information sources are trustworthy, credible, & relevant? 

Please watch this introductory video about the ways we think about the information we value.