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March 2022 - Welcome to our Chaffey College Library Happenings! Our goal is to keep you informed with the latest resources and services the library has to offer.

Did You Know

Study space at Rancho

Study Spaces are now available at the Chaffey College Library at the Rancho campus starting March 1st! Reserve your spot now! Check out the Reserve a Study Space page to learn more.

Meet Us!

Sukena TaibjeeMeet Sukena! Sukena Taibjee has been working as an adjunct Research Librarian at Chaffey College Library since 2015. As a life-long learner, she enjoys learning with students and collaborating with faculty to teach critical thinking skills. To Sukena, Chaffey College students inspire her, and she is grateful to work with colleagues who are supportive, who are encouraging, who have a wonderful sense of humor, and who go to great lengths to meet the information and research needs of students, faculty and staff. Connect with Sukena!

Faculty Support

ebookHave an item you want to recommend for the library to help us better support the information needs of your students? Fill out the Library Purchase Recommendation form!

Connect with your Library Liaison for help with accessing library resources, ZTC & OER textbook support, or librarian-led information literacy instruction.

What's Happening!

We are excited to share with you what's new at the library.

  • The Chaffey College Library at the Rancho campus will be open starting March 1st! If you’re taking in-person or hybrid classes, take advantage of the in-person library services at Rancho.

  • Ukraine Crisis Research Guide - Learn about different resources that can guide you in understanding the Ukraine Crisis.
  • Women's History Library Guide - Celebrate and learn more about Women's accomplishments.
  • Library Workshops are here! Learn how to use databases, evaluate web resources, and more. Register now!
    • Library Research:
      • Wed., 3/2, 10:00 am - 11:00 am; Wed., 3/30, 10:30 am - 11:30 am
    • Finding & Evaluating Scholarly Sources:
      • Thurs., 3/31, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    • Website Evaluation:
      • Tue., 3/1, 10:30 am - 11:30 am; Thurs., 3/24, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Using Opposing Viewpoints database effectively!

Opposing Viewpoints database draws on the social issues series published by Greenhaven Press, as well as material from other reference sources including specialized encyclopedias to present social issues. Great place to check for topics for research papers. Most useful for selecting a topic, position papers, statistics and background reference material. Watch the Opposing Viewpoints database video to learn how to use it.

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