The Emmanuel College Learning Commons
offers a resource and technology-rich environment where you can discover, create, innovate, explore, study and reflect. Our team of caring professionals offers the expertise and support to help you learn and grow.
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These faculty teaching tools help students develop skills in critical thinking, analysis, information literacy, writing, and communications.
Subject Areas included: Business, Communications, Finance, Architecture, English, Criminal Justice, Psychology, Sociology, Economics, The Arts, Political Science, Religious Studies, Journalism, Career Development and more.