770 N. Main St. L'Anse MI, 49946
(906) 524-8400
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Library

LOCATION/CONTACT INFORMATION

Wabanung Campus, Rm 206N
Phone: (906) 524-8206
Joe Bouchard, Librarian
library@kbocc.edu

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday: 10:00am-6:00pm
Tuesday: 10:00am-5:00pm
Wednesday: 10:00am-:500pm
Thursday: 10:00am-5:00pm

KBOCC LIBRARY CATALOG

Long gone are the days of the quaint card catalog. KBOCC’s library catalog is easy to search. With any device and in any location, you can find thousands of books. Through the electronic catalog, your KBOCC library is open 24/7/365. Click here to learn how to search the library catalog.

MICHIGAN ELECTRONIC LIBRARY

The MeLCat Statewide Catalog is a centralized union catalog and resource sharing service created to share materials among all types of libraries in Michigan, regardless of the local circulation system they use. MeLCat contains up-to-date holdings from all participating libraries which includes KBOCC. While the ability to search MeLCat is open to everyone, only eligible patrons from participating libraries may request materials to be delivered to their home libraries.

JSTOR

Information is power and the KBOCC library has a powerful database for you. JSTOR (journal storage) is a colossal collection of academic sources. It is easily searchable and free to KBOCC students. JSTOR makes research easy and may hold just what you need to make a good paper into an excellent paper. A multitude of scholarly works are at your fingertips. Click here to find out more about using JSTOR.

GALE: INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF NORTH AMERICAN

Enabling exploration of the political, social, and cultural history of native peoples from the sixteenth century well into the twentieth century, Indigenous Peoples of North America illustrates the fabric of the North American story with unprecedented depth and breadth. Comprehensive yet personal, the collection covers the history of American Indian tribes and supporting organizations.

GALE: PETERSON‘S CAREER PREP

Build your career from the convenience of your keyboard. This is a 24/7 resource with fantastic features. You can explore careers, write resumes, and create cover letters. The best part is that it is FREE to all KBOCC students. Open the link and create your free account. You have to check this out!

NEW MICHIGAN VOTER RIGHTS

Voting is a special right for all Americans. Yet, the prospect of registering to vote may seem like a daunting process to some. With this slideshow, you will learn of the many quick and easy ways to register to vote in Michigan. Whether you want to vote in local, State or Federal elections, you will find this information very useful. Click here for more information.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

GREAT LAKES FISH AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION
THE OJIBWE PEOPLE’S DICTIONARY
OJIBWE.NET
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS – CHRONICLING AMERICA: THE L’ANSE SENTINEL