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Welcome Back Students!

by Kathryn Park on 2022-01-18T07:00:00-06:00 in Students | Comments

Don't forget about all the great resources we've got just for you! 

Library Space
We have lots of places to read, study, charge your devices, and even places to de-stress with puzzles, chess, backgammon and more. In our Study Loft we have areas designed for individual or collaborative study. We have a library lab with printers, computers, Office, access to all our databases and staff to help you when you need it.

Library Sources
The library provides access to the college level sources that you and your instructors love! Tens of thousands of books and eBooks, hundreds of thousands of articles, streaming media and primary sources that can even help you cite your sources, we can show you how! 

Library Guides, Tips & Help
Our guides are great one stop resources designed by COM Librarians with COM students in mind, to help you find the best resources for your projects and save you time. We also have created shorter, focused tips to get you started. You can tweet, text, chat and more to get answers to your question. Go to LibAnswers to ask a question or see some we've already answered from real live COM students!

Have a great semester!!!!


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