Library sources and services are available while we work and learn remotely from home. On this guide, find step-by-step searching instructions, instructional videos and helpful tips for completing your research. And remember, you can always, Ask a Librarian!
HVCC's OneSearch is a tool that searches most of the library's database content. Sign in to save items and searches to your library account.
Search subject driven databases for more specific results. Search in a variety of ways (e.g. keyword, subject, author, or title).
Search directly in the databases Ebook Central or EBSCO Ebooks both have opened their collections to HVCC students temporarily.
Google Scholar searches the internet for academic books and articles. Add HVCC library links in your Google Scholar settings.
There are many ways to evaluate information. Keep the TRAP method in mind: timeliness, relevance, authority, perspective
Chat online or email a librarian for help with your research. The library’s chat service is 24/7.
Meet with a librarian one-on-one for help with finding sources for your assignments. Librarians are available to chat online, video conference or a phone call. Appointments require 24 hour notice.