First, make sure the Google Docs ruler is visible.
Click "View" and make sure "Show Ruler" is checked. If it isn't, click on it, and the ruler will appear beneath the menu bar.
On the ruler, at the left margin, there is a light blue rectangle atop a triangle:
The light blue rectangle (▃) represents the location of the First Line Indent.
The light blue triangle (▼) represents the location of the Left Indent.
On the ruler, hover the cursor over each shape, and its function will be displayed.
First: Select the text you want indented. You can select a single paragraph or multiple paragraphs at a time.
Next: On the ruler, drag the ▼Left Indent (light blue inverted triangle ▼) to the right as far as you want the text to be indented. As you will notice, the ▃ First Line Indent marker (light blue rectangle ▃) will come along for the ride, and all your selected text will move to the right.
Finally: Drag the ▃ First Line Indent marker (light blue rectangle ▃) back to the left margin. It will move independently, and your hanging indent will be created.
When the cursor is within the indented area, the indent icons will now look something like this:
Interlibrary loan allows you to ask the library to find books and articles that we do not have here or in the OCLN library network. You can place an Interlibrary Loan request by using the ILL online form.
Be sure to provide as much information on the book/article as you can. You will be notified by a phone call when the material is available.
Students are provided with some printing funds through Pharos, the library’s print management system. Printing includes sending the print request from the computer they have logged onto, agreeing to the amount of the print in the Pharos window on the computer and going to the printer station to sign in and release the document. Non-student users are not able to print.
1. Select the Print option (If you can’t find it, press Control+P on the keyboard).
2. Make sure the correct printer is selected (“LIBRARY PRINTER on ECLIPSE”)
3. Choose single- or double- sided copies (Cost is 10¢ per single-sided page and 15¢ per double-sided page.)
4. Click the Print button.
5. Check the number of pages and job cost in the pop-up window. If they’re correct, click “Yes.”
6. Log on to one of the two stand-up stations next to the printers.
7. Click the name of a document to select it,
8. Click the yellow Print button at the bottom right side of the screen.
Contact your liaison librarian to schedule library instruction. There are multiple formats available depending on the goals for your class and the assignment:
1. Librarian visit: a librarian will come to your class for an introduction and perhaps a quick overview of the course libguide, if you have one. This helps students know who librarians are and a very basic introduction of how the library website is organized. Location: classroom
2. Librarian visit, with instruction: a librarian will come to your class and demonstrate different aspects of the research tools available to students, including databases and ebooks. Location: classroom
3. Class visit: the librarian will typically engage the students in some instruction and research discussion, followed by time for the students to do some research with the librarian and faculty member present. Location: library classroom
In the library, "Database" indicates the way magazine and journal articles are accessed. Citations can be full text or abstracts. MCC subscribes to a wide variety of databases that support the curriculum.
No, wireless printing is not available. You will need to use one of these 3 methods:
Now you can log into a library computer and print the file.
After you register your Massasoit Library ID, you can request a book from any Old Colony Library Network library and have it sent for pick up to any OCLN library. After finding the book in the catalog, enter you barcode number and the pin: OCLN. The book will be sent to the library selected.
A phone call, email, or text message will notify you when the book is available. You can set up notification preferences in My Library Account.