Tutorials in this category focus on learning and enhancing research skills.
These tutorials are listed based on our proposed research process. An Alphanumeric version of the Research Database list is also available.
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Tutorials in this category will discuss accessing and using databases as well as other tools and apps that support the research process.
Tutorials in this category contain information specific to the University Libraries.
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These tutorials walk users through a concept, such as information literacy. Users will answer questions based on the information along the way. They may have a variety of formats within them - including text, videos, animations, etc.
These tutorials walk users through a process, such as using an app, database, or research tool. Users are asked to complete requested actions along the way. These guides may have a variety of formats within them - including text, videos, and questions.
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Research BasicsCiting Your Sources and Creative Works Evaluating Sources Finding Articles Finding Books and More General Search Tips and Strategies The Information Cycle Mind Map Primary Versus Secondary Sources
Databases and Research ToolsCINAHL Connecting Google Scholar and the University Libraries EndNote Basics ERIC JSTOR LibKey Nomad PowerNotes PsycINFO PubMed Scopus Visible Body Web of Science WorldCat
About the University LibrariesJargon Blaster Jargon Blaster (Question Only Version) Pendergrass Library: Choose Your Own Adventure Game Using the University Libraries: A Choose Your Own Adventure Game University Libraries: 10 Things to Get You Started