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STEM Resources at TCTC: Welcome!



Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math are core disciplines at Tri-County Technical College.  Coursework for these disciplines can be found in a variety of departments in all five academic divisions.

How to use this guide

This guide is intended to integrate all the STEM resources of the TCTC Learning Commons in one easy-to-navigate place.

You will find tips for where to start your research, and a handy FAQ feature for answering quick questions.

Next, you'll find some information tailored to each STEM discipline, and a discussion of different types of sources.

We include links to the different types of one-on-one academic support offered at the Learning Commons.

Finally, we highlight some great new books in the collection, and tell you where you can go next to learn more!

Need help right away?

Talk to a real person, anytime during Learning Commons open hours. We'd love to hear from you!

New in the collection

Magnificent Mistakes in Mathematics

This playful excursion through the nuances of math will give you a better grasp of this fundamental, all-important science. 

Introducing Artificial Intelligence

Can machines really think? Introducing Artificial Intelligence focuses on the issues behind one of science's most difficult problems.

The Electronics Revolution - Inventing the Future

This book is about how electronics, computing, and telecommunications have profoundly changed our lives - the way we work, live, and play.

Girl Code

Get ready for an inside look at the tech industry, the true power of coding, and some of the amazing women who are shaping the world. 

Pandora's Lab

What happens when ideas presented as science lead us in the wrong direction? This book is an engrossing account of how science has been misused disastrously -- and how we can learn to use its power for good.

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