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ENGL 100 Freyberg Human Rights: Home

Human Trafficking Study

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

Other services

  • Computers do not require you to log in and there are no time limits.
  •  Printing costs 20 cents a page.
  • Color printing costs 25 cents a page. Ask at the front desk.
  •  DVD players are built in to computers. Ask for headphones at the Circulation desk.
  • Group study rooms can be reserved up to a week ahead and the library classroom is available for group study.
  • You can have DVDs, videos and books sent to Cañada College Library from any public library in San Mateo County.
  •  Librarians can help you one-on-one at the Reference desk.
  •  Two black and white photocopiers are available.

Welcome!

Welcome, English 100 students! 

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

 

Image source: http://www.onedayforhumanrights.com

Let's explore these databases:

 

         1.CountryWatch

         2. Ethnic NewsWatch     

         3. Gale Virtual Reference

         4. Supersearch: multiple databases + books

Hours, textbooks & library cards

Website: http://www.canadacollege.edu/library

Phone: (650) 306-3267

Hours:

  • Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
  • Friday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Textbooks on Reserve  are behind the Circulation desk and are available to check out for short periods, usually two hours.

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.