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STEM Research Guide  

This guide was created to show students within the STEM program common research practices and resources that can be used to assist them with their studies.
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Please view the other links within this guide to give you a better understanding of professional research within libraries. The content found in this tool will allow you to access to a variety of resources found within El Paso Community College (EPCC); some being STEM specific. If you have any questions or concerns with your research after viewing this guide then feel free to contact a librarian found at the reference desk within your local EPCC. We are here to help you!

Organizations Affiliated with STEM

  • STEM Education Coalition
    Organization whose sole purpose is to create awareness about STEM in education. There are tons of scholarly articles found within this Website to use if doing research on STEM
  • STEM Education through Jason Learning
    A non-profit organization whose sole purpose is to create student interest in STEM-based careers.
  • Connect a Million Minds
    An organization from Time Warner Cable whose goal is to get students involved in activities relevant to STEM.

Library Support for STEM-Based Research at EPCC

Welcome to the STEM-based program research guide. This tool has been created to help anyone in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics field, also known as STEM, with professional research in an academic library.STEM Logo


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Using This Guide for the First Time?

Simply click the designated tabs located above the home page to acquire a general understanding of information access, resource credibility, and citation use within EPCC libraries. The explanations and short videos found in this library guide will be sufficient enough to get you started on your research.

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