Answered By: Anne Herrington
Last Updated: Aug 08, 2017     Views: 2

The MC Libraries provide resources in multiple formats on a wide variety of topics to support the needs of MC students and faculty members.

Our subject and course guides are a great place to start finding information on a particular topic. These guides are created by librarians to point you to the best resources on a particular topic. If you are looking for information for a specific course, there may even be a course guide created with information specific to your course.

You may also want to take a look at our A-Z List of Databases. This page links to every online database available from the MC Libraries, provides a short summary of the database content. You can even use the Subject dropdown menu at the top of the page to see all databases for a particular topic.

Finally, you can search for a topic in RaptorSearch. RaptorSearch is like Google for the MC Libraries. It will give you results from many of our databases, all in one place. For more detailed information about what RaptorSearch is and how to use it, check out our guide to using RaptorSearch.

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