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Lansing Community College Library

Computer Information Technologies (CIT): Home

Discover LCC Library resources and more for the Technical Careers Division's CIT programs: Computer Information Technologies; Geospatial Science; CIT Advisors; IT Student Alliance (ITSA); CIT Employment Resources; CIT Apprenticeship


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Recommended Databases

View all Tech Careers Databases to find articles, books, and videos or try recommended databases below.

LCC Learning Commons Tech Tutors Recommended Websites


Computer science videos are available in the streaming video databases below. Use the Find Videos webpage to search both databases at once.

  • Films on Demand: Computer Science and Information Technology collection
  • Kanopy: Computer Science and Technology collection

Technical Careers Library Resources Guide

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Lansing Community College (LCC) Library Technical Careers CIT Research Guide designed May 2020 by Anne Rau, Reference & Instruction Librarian and Suzanne Sawyer, Reference Lead & Liaison Librarian. This guide is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.