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Research Tutorial

This tutorial aims to help develop effective library research skills and critical thinking skills in all courses at Prince George's Community College.


Accokeek Hall
The PGCC Library is located on the first and second floors of the Accokeek Hall. You can contact the library by calling (301)-546-0476.

Library Introduction

PGCC Library: Quick Orientation

General Information

General library policies include respect for the scholarly environment and respect from users.

User’s Obligations:

All users are expected to maintain a level of quiet study throughout the building. Food and beverage are allowed only in Café Accokeek (across from Circulation Services Desk). 

Community Patrons

Prince George’s Community College Library serves residents of the county as well as the students and employees of the college. The library is open to everyone!

If you are a resident of the county you may secure a library card at the Circulation Services Desk. A state issued ID is required to verify your residency. There are restrictions on what can be borrowed. Additionally, off-campus access to the research databases and e-books is restricted to students and employees.

However, county residents are welcome to use these services when in the Prince George's Community College Library. 

Study Rooms and Study Areas

Individual study rooms are on the second floor of the library. Group study rooms (3-6 people) are on the first and second floors of the building. 

Groups are given priority for use of groups study rooms. Study areas are on the first floor in the reference area, the periodicals area, and against the back wall. While these areas can be used by groups, a level of quiet should be observed. If you need assistance with using or accessing a study room, inquire for help from a librarian at the Research Information Desk.


Prince George's Community College Learning Resources Division provides services and assistance six (6) days a week (fall and spring).

Administration Interlibrary Loan
301-546-0462 301-546-0470
Circulation Services Information Literacy Instruction
301-546-0475 301-546-0138
e-Learning Reference Services Reference Services
301-546-0467 301-546-0476