ELAC’s Online Library Resources Easy Access For Students

By Andrea Hernandez College students can find essay information and can also do casual research on the East Los Angeles College Library online article databases. Students can use these databases to get information from legitimate sources. Search engines such as Google are not legitimate sources. “I used to rely on Google for all my assignments, only squeaking by the minimum requirements. I think it was an English 101 class that…

May 16, 2017
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Unproductive students in library distract the rest

By Amber Paramo and Cortez Cruz Serrato As of Spring 2015, East Los Angeles College library has not been the environment it once was quiet and accessible. ELAC’s library is a place where students should be able to concentrate, study and focus. Nothing is more important than the level of silence that helps create the library’s environment. With loud volume of voices, music and conversations the library is no longer…

March 4, 2015
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Skill building workshops help South Gate students

May 17, 2014

  By Sandy Gamino The South Gate campus  offers many workshops in which students are able to acquire different skills they will benefit from. The librarians, June Cheng, Gabriela Lopez, and Karen Bourgaize are the instructors. Workshops last up to an hour and take place in room 109. These workshops are designed to help students gain resources that will help them in their classes.  The question is, do students take…

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Former ELAC student pays homage to instructor

By Cristina Galvan   Rita Soza remembers her times with teacher Helen Miller Bailey fondly. Soza is currently working on a biography on Bailey. Besides having the library named after her, Bailey left a strong impact on many of her students, including Soza. Soza attended Elac in the Early ‘70s.  She took two classes with Bailey, which were Western Civilization 1 and 2. After receiving her Associates degree, Soza attended…

March 13, 2013
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