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Online Student Academic Support Services

Research & Citation Help

Library Resources

How to Access the Library's Online Resources

  1. Access the LSCS Libraries databases and select a database to use. 
  2. If you have a library barcode (located on the back of your student ID) you can enter that into the "Library Barcode" box and click login. 
  3. If you do not have a library barcode, click on the blue link that says "myLoneStar Username & Password login." See image below

Library database authentication screen

 

For questions regarding database access, please contact MC-ResearchHelp@lonestar.edu.

How can a Librarian Help You? 

LSC-Montgomery Librarians are here to help you with your research needs! A librarian can help you:

  • Identify keywords related to your topic
  • Locate, access, and use the research databases
  • Find academic resources for your topic
  • Evaluate resources for validity
  • Format in-text citations and works cited

 

Email - MC-ResearchHelp@lonestar.edu

Phone - 936.273.7390

Text - 936.657.2174

Resource Guides

Visit our guides to connect with subject-specific resources and other academic support services. Click here to select a guide.

Chat with a librarian

Instant Message with a librarian by clicking the "Chat with a Librarian" button.

In-Person Research Consultation

 Schedule an in-person appointment with a librarian to get research and citation help. Click here for more information. 

Virtual Research Consultation

Schedule a virtual appointment with a librarian to get research & citation help. Click here for more information. 

Resource Guides are great tools to use as you start doing research in the different classes you are taking. These guides connect you to the different resources (i.e. books, databases, etc.) that the library has to support research in that particular subject.

You search for a specific subject guide using the Start Researching box below or explore some of our other guides by using the Explore More box.