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Welcome to the HCCC reference guide for speech! This guide serves as a starting point for any of your speech papers and projects. To help you better understand how to use this guide, please take a moment to read this message.

On the left hand navigation, you will see several pages. These pages are organized to help you find appropriate information using articles, encyclopedias, books, and websites. Additionally, you can find tools to help you assess the information that you find to better understand facts vs. opinions, misinformation (fake news), and find trusted news outlets online.

Databases for Articles: find articles, case studies, news stories, and ebooks from scholarly/academic databases

Encyclopedias: online encyclopedias that offer information on a variety of topics and subjects

Books: search the HCCC catalog for books and other media at Gabert and NHC libraries

Evaluating Sources: help with confirming that sources are reporting on facts

Facts vs. Opinions: help with understanding the difference between a factual article and someone's opinion

Citation HelpHCCC citation guide is linked here to help you properly cite your sources for full credit on your papers or other written projects

If you have questions, please visit the Contact Us page to ask the librarian a question.