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History - Library Resources for Students: Home

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Welcome, Students!

The MDC Libraries offer a variety of resources that can help you succeed in your history courses.

Through this website, you can search for books and ebooks, explore the library databases, learn about print and online periodicals, view video resources, browse digital collections, and get tips to improve your research and writing skills.

Want to Learn More?

The MDC Librarians teach LIS 2004 (Strategies for Online Research), a one-credit course designed to help you use the internet more effectively. If you're interested in taking this course, visit the Registration Page to search for open sections.

MDC Librarians

Need research help?
Ask a Librarian!

A librarian's job is to help people find, evaluate, and use information. If you need to find sources of information for a research paper or project, visit your campus library, call the library reference desk, or contact a librarian via email.

North

Reference Desk: (305) 237-1183

Kendall

Reference Desk: (305) 237-2292

Wolfson

Reference Desk: (305) 237-3451

Medical

Reference Desk: (305) 237-4087

Homestead

Reference Desk: (305) 237-5053

Padrón

Reference Desk: (305) 237-6236

Hialeah

Reference Desk: (305) 237-8722

West

Reference Desk: (305) 237-8931

History Librarian

Each MDC Librarian acts as a liaison to one or more academic disciplines. Your library liaison for history is:

Jenny Saxton
Librarian / Associate Professor
Kendall Campus 2235-5
(305) 237-2075
jsaxton@mdc.edu
https://bit.ly/jsaxton

Statewide Virtual Reference Desk

You can also connect with a Florida librarian through the statewide Ask-a-Librarian service via live chat, email, or text.

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