This tour will
highlight the main areas of
the Rio Hondo College Library Web site. Rio Hondo librarians have spent many
hours designing and providing content for this Web site.
What that means to you, the
student, is that every heading and link has been given thought as to its
purpose and function. We wanted the Web site to become a launching point
for your research needs, both on and off-campus. Go on! Bookmark us now
-- or better yet -- make the Rio Library your homepage!
This page will start with a
brief explanation of the major sections of the Web site. (all screen shots
of the Library Web site in the tour have a red
border. Click on the top banner on each page to go back to the "live"
Library Web site!)
To get to the next page of this tour,
go to the bottom of the page and click
the red arrow
links to our catalog and online databases.
WebCat is our Rio WebCat is our web-accessible catalog of
books and other materials that you can find in the physical
Online Databases page has a list of all library databases.
lists many resources that will help you as a researcher and a
Guides are individually created and
researched by Rio librarians to help you get started on a number
of typical research topics.
Sources will give you many
examples of the most common MLA and the APA styles.
Looking for your class handout?
LIBGUIDES for class-specific or subject specific
"The Research paper: 10 Steps to Researching it Right"
- this handbook will
help you to understand and apply good research skills.
Services refers both to people
and to things!
If you are
looking for a place to type your paper on campus, check out the
On Campus Computers link.
We have a reciprocal borrowing arrangement with
CSULA - if you're
interested, click there.
Reference Librarians are available for one-on-one
consultations -- just ask!
About the Library includes
links to news from the library, our policies, and other
Hours and Info has all the info about borrowing - plus maps and
Have a look at the library
- a good
place for tips, recommendations for interesting web sites, and
more and read library news.