Lately, there has been a lot of discussion surrounding the idea of "Fake News." There are ways to determine the legitimacy of a news story, and librarians are here to help. Your BRCC librarians have composed a special guide that can be accessed by both students and faculty. The screen shot below illustrates what this guide looks like, and the kinds of information you can access while there.
|BRCC Magnolia Library Fake News Libguide|
The Baton Rouge Community College Magnolia Library will host a book talk and discussion with author and scholar, Thomas J. Durant, Jr., Ph.D, on his latest book, “A View from the Inside…Thirty-Six Years of Desegregation,” on Wed., Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. in the Reading Room. The event is free and open to the public.
Your BRCC Magnolia librarians continue to provide quality services to all BRCC sites and activities. Recently Laddawan Kongchum made a visit to the Automotive Technology Center (ATC), and addressed BRCC courses at this location.
|Librarian Laddawan Kongchum speaking to a class at ATC|
There is a liaison librarian linked to your site. Please call the library if you are unsure about your liaison contact (225-216-8555). We would be happy to help your courses at any of our 9 locations in any way that we can, including bibliographic instruction sessions, shuttling library resources and materials, or meeting with students one-on-one for library consultations.
In addition, the library is once again participating with the ALC for their Long Night Against Procrastination. The library will be open with extended hours, and librarians will be on hand to answer research questions or assist with finding library resources.
|Librarians Lauren McAdams, and Peter Klubek|
assisting students during the Fall '16 LNAP