The Information Technology department's Computer Business Technology program at San Diego City College is available to students interested in upgrading computer skills for college success and/or employment in business office environments. This guide will help you get started finding information in these areas, including books, articles, web sites, and media materials.
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*OneSearch doesn't show you everything! Some databases, like those from EBSCO, are not included so you will need to search them separately.
Use these terms in the Advanced Search of OneSearch or SDCCD Books+ to find resources in the SDCC Library. See sample search below.
|Records Management||Small Business||Web Sites--Design|
1. Select SDCCD Books +
2. Select Subject from the dropdown menu
3. Type in a term
4. Click the Search button to get results
See these guides for more detailed information on how to do library research:
Access to Library Resources from Off-Campus Locations
How the login system works: You are automatically eligible only if you are currently taking a class or teaching a class.
Students: When you click on a database link or an e-book, you will be prompted for your 10-digit student ID number and last name. Type in your last name exactly the way you are registered for classes (usually how it appears on your student ID card). You must be currently taking at least one City College class and have fully paid your tuition and fees in order to log in. If you are having problems with your login, please email email@example.com
Staff: You are not automatically added to the system from PeopleSoft. To request a login, or if you are having problems logging in, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty: You are automatically added to the system from PeopleSoft if you are teaching in the current semester/session. If your status is different, or you are having problems with your login, please email email@example.com
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