As an e-Learning student you are not out there alone. There are many resources available to you to assist you with your studies, help you get started, and to answer any questions that you may have. These include:
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What is meant by MALA format?
Do you have a question regarding grammer?
The Writing Center is the answer.
The Learning Center can help!
The Learning Center is a must stop for students with a disability. The Learning Center offers Disability support!
The Mott Library website is your link to online research. The Mott Library subscribes to online databases that contain a wide variety of information. The Mott College Library is your link to online research. The Mott College Library subscribes to databases that contain full-text articles from a variety of magazines, newspapers, trade magazines and scholarly journals. These databases include:
Academic Search Complete – This comprehensive scholarly, multi-disciplinary full-text database, with more than 7,100 full-text periodicals, includes more than 6,100 peer-reviewed journals. The database allows users to limit their searches to full-text documents and peer-reviewed documents.
Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center – This resource brings together all the information that’s needed to fully understand an issue: pro and con viewpoint articles, reference articles that provide context, full-text magazines, academic journals, and newspapers, primary source documents, government and organizational statistics, multimedia, including images and podcasts, links to hand-selected web sites, and more!
JSTOR: Full Text Scholarly Journals - JSTOR's search engine allows users to browse and
search individual journals, or perform cross-disciplinary searches of multiple journals
in multiple disciplines. There are over 50 journals from the field of history available
in full-text on JSTOR.
CINAHL (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature) - Indexes articles from several hundred nursing, dental, allied health and consumer health sources. You can limit your search to “full text” when you click the “Full Text” box and limit your search to the latest five years by using the “Published date from” drop-down menus.
To access the databases:
Choose “Online Resources”
Note: You will be prompted to enter the 14 digit number, above the barcode on your Mott ID card.