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Welcome to Professor Fiehn's ENGL 1301 LibGuide! Use the tabs across the top of the page to navigate through the different sections of this guide.
ACC campuses may currently be closed, but you can still use all of the library's digital resources for your academic research, from your computer, tablet, or even a smartphone.
You can also still get live help from a reference librarian 24 hours a day using our live chat! You can access chat through the "Get Help" tab in this guide, or from the library web site in the "Get Help" box or by requesting a one-on-one office hours meeting with me.
ACC libraries have scholarly, authoritative, and useful information for all your research needs, in both print and digital form.
The tabs along the top of the page provide details on the different types of resources listed below:
|Books & e-Books||A book can provide detailed background and in-depth information about any given topic. ACC libraries have nearly 50,000 e-books and 150,000 print titles to choose from.|
|AV Materials||Documentaries, educational videos...we have thousands in both DVD and streaming video format.|
|Articles||Articles from journals, magazines, and major newspapers are wonderful sources for research. Mostly housed in digital collections (and generally not for free on the Web), ACC databases are the primary means of connecting you to these articles.|
|Websites||The Web has a lot of useful information, if you know how to discern the dependable sources from the undependable! Government sources and professional organizations can be good starting points.|