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ENGL 100 Freyberg Human Rights: Home

Human Trafficking Study

Study Funded by Juniper Networks Foundation Fund & Silicon Valley Community Foundation



  •  No time limits! Stay all day! 

  •  Printing ($0.12/page) PCs & Macs (no printing on Macs, sorry)

  • Color printing($0.25/page). Ask at the front desk.

  •  DVD players built-in (We have headphones!)

  •  DVD players & VCRs – All computers can play DVDs, and we have two study rooms with TVs for group viewing of DVDs or videos

  • Study Rooms – We have 5 group study rooms and a silent study room. The group study rooms have sign-up sheets on the doors and can be reserved any time during the week

  • You can have DVDs, videos and books sent to Cañada

  •  Librarians to help you one-on-one

  •  Black & white photocopier ($0.12/page)


Welcome, English 100 students! 

This guide will help you find information about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.


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Let's explore these databases:



         2. Ethnic NewsWatch     

         3. Gale Virtual Reference

         4. Supersearch: multiple databases + books

The basics!

About the Library


Phone: (650) 306-3267


Monday-Thursday 8am-9pm,

Fridays 8am-3pm

Saturdays 10am-2pm


Library Services

Textbooks on Reserve – Ask at the front desk. Usually only for using in the library for 2 hours.

Computers – The library has over 40 free-use computers. Just sit down and start!


Getting a Library Card

  • You can use any San Mateo County library card at Cañada College Library

  • With a library card you can place holds on books, CDs, DVDs and more and pick them up at Cañada College Library

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