Crossroads of Protest: Historical Connections Between Racial Justice and Other Justice Movements
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PCC Library has many resources that you can use on your own:
Each campus library offers quiet study spaces as well as study rooms you can reserve.
Tutorials and Handouts covering everything from how to develop a topic to citing.
Learning to cite sources - here are some handy tools to help:
Citation creation tools lists free citation creation tools that will help you create a bibliography or works cited page.
Citation style guidelines and samples provides resources on how to do citations in MLA, APA, Chicago, CSE, and AMA styles.
Guidelines for quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing helps you figure out how best to incorporate information in your paper--i.e. when to quote, when to paraphrase, and when to summarize.
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Email, doing research, typing papers, and organizing files are just a few of the things that you’ll need to know to take classes. Visit the guides and tutorials below to enhance your technology skills for success in college.
Help from Tutors
PCC Tutoring: In-person and Remote, Fall 2023, October 2-December 8
PCC Tutoring offers free support for students registered in classes during the current term.
We offer quick access to tutors in over 50 departments to help students clarify concepts and deepen their understanding of the material.
Our campus centers are closed between terms and eTutoring is offered year-round.
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