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  • Using The Library at PJC
  • Location• The library and computer labs are located on the first floor of the Greenville Center• To link to the library online, click the link under Blogroll on the left side of our homepage or click the following link: http://www.parisjc.edu/index.php/pjc2/main/ learning-center
  • Online Research at PJCSince we will only be using scholarly sourcesfor our research in this class, you will all needto know how to access scholarly databasesthrough the library home page. This willrequire your student ID and your password(date of birth if you have not changed it),which should be the same information youuse to login to campus connect. Follow thelinks circled in red to access the databasesfrom home
  • Using Databases at Home
  • Databases There are many databases available on our library webpage, but not all of them will be useful to our class. Here are ones I recommend using for researching in this class: Academic Search Complete, Bloom’s Literary Reference Online, Contemporary Literary Criticism, Contemporary Authors, Dictionary of Literary Biography, Directory of Open Access Journals, Gale Literature Databases, Religion and Philosophy, Scribner Writers, Texas Reference Center, 20th Century Poetry, Twayne’s Author Series, and Literature Resource Center.Green = Best Yellow = Student Friendly White = Okay