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COMM 110 Professor Queeney Winter Session 2015-16: Home

Research guide for COMM110 with Professor Queeney.

Library Hours

During the Winter Session, hours may vary and the Campus may be closed. Use this link to check Library Hours

Remember, most library subscription databases can be accessed from off-campus at anytime. 


Plagiarism is serious. More information can be found on the Academic Integrity Page from Bucks County Community College. 

Borrowing a camera from the Media Lab and Video Help

You can borrow a video camera from the Media Lab, should you need one for your project.

The Media Lab Research Guide has an abundant amount of information to help you with video projects. Many questions can be answered by checking this guide. The Media Lab is also staffed daily.

Reserving a Library Practice/Study Room for your group

Reserve a space in the Library, Newtown Campus to work on your group project. You can use this link for Library Room Reservation .

NOTE: You must use your student email when booking your room.

MLA and APA Citation Help

Databases Recommended For This Class

These databases are highly recommended for this class. Look to the bottom of this page for tutorials on how to search these databases. 

Additional Databases

Logging on to Library Databases from Home

How to Use Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center

How to Find Newspaper Articles in LexisNexis Academic

Introduction to EBSCOhost

Boolean operators

Just a quick reminder about Boolean Operators?

Subject Guide

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More help

Call the Reference Desk:

Newtown: 215-968-8013

Lower Bucks 267-685-4825

Upper Bucks 215-258-7721

Information Literacy

Information Literacy is most easily defined by the Association of College and Research Llibraries as "the set of skills needed to find, retrieve, analyze, and use information." *From the ACRL web site. 

More information can be found on the library website Information Literacy page.

CRAAPP Tests in Word--for downloading