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The Library will be offering four workshops this summer:

  • June 8, 1pm: Resources for Elementary & Secondary Students
  • June 22, 1pm: Geography/History of Ukraine & Russia
  • July 6, 1pm: Personal Finance
  • July 20, 1pm: The Internet Movie Database (IMdB)

To register for any of these workshops, use the registration form, or call or email the Library at

May is Asian/Pacific Islander American Heritage Month! Check out our Asian/Pacific Islander American Heritage Research Guide for featured eBooks, streaming videos, and more.

April 13 at 1pm: Sharpen Your Critical Thinking Skills - Part 2

Learn how to evaluate an argument for inaccuracies and fallacies, plus how to construct and strengthen your own arguments

Register using the Library Registration Form or by emailing

During National Student Employee Week, we want to thank the DACC Library’s student employees.

Thank you students! We couldn’t do it without you!

April is National Poetry Month! See our Poetry Guide for library resources about poetry, including Amanda Gorman's book, Call Us What We Carry.

This year, National Library Week is April 3rd through 9th. Show your support for the Doña Ana Community College Library on our social media channels: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.

Check out our National Library Week 2022 Guide for some highlighted resources.

Come celebrate with us! Stop by any DACC Library branch for some freebies and a sweet treat!

See the DACC Library’s Women’s History Research Guide for new eBooks; streaming videos; and free virtual events, galleries, and exhibits.

Register to attend these virtual library workshops that are designed to help you to write a good paper:

  • Identifying Your Research Topic: Feb 23 at 1pm
  • Refining Your Research Question: March 2 at 1pm
  • Using Keywords and Phrases: March 16 at 1pm
  • Choosing Your Resources Wisely: March 23 at 1pm
  • Plagiarism and How to Avoid It: March 30 at 1pm

Email the library or use the registration form to register.

Attend the film series.

Check out our Black History Research Guide with featured eBooks, streaming videos, and more.

Open to the Public.

To register, use the Attend the film series. Check out our Black History Research Guide with featured eBooks, Streaming Videos, and more.Library Registration Form or email us at

DACC Librarian José Aranda will be giving the first virtual DACC Library Presents spring presentation about improving your critical thinking skills.

Tuesday, January 25, at 10 a.m.

To register, use the Library Registration Form or email us at

Celebrate Native Americans and their contributions to our country by visiting our Native American Heritage Research Guide. It features recommended streaming videos, eBooks, Museums and Virtual Galleries, and more.

Celebrate the freedom to read! See the DACC Library’s Banned Books Week guide for lists of banned books, fun activities, and more.

Join DACC Librarian Susan Bontly at these online workshops and learn how to write a better paper:

  • Identifying Your Research Topic, 1 p.m., Oct. 6
  • Refining Your Research Question, 1 p.m., Oct. 13
  • Using Keywords and Phrases to Search Effectively, 1 p.m., Oct. 20
  • Choosing Your Resources Wisely, 1 p.m., Oct. 27
  • Plagiarism and How to Avoid it, 1 p.m., Nov. 3

Register to attend by using our Library Program Registration Form or by emailing us at

See all DACC Library sponsored events for the month on our Latinx Heritage Research Guide. All are welcome!

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