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This source contains information about copyright and fair use and teaching.

This learning tool gives step-by-step instructions for finding material in a library and in online databases. Although... see more

The organizational website of the National Coalition Against Censorship. The site includes a blog, analysis of censorship... see more

This guide, created by University of Washington librarians, contains 5 modules focused on introducing students to... see more

The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) is a comprehensive resource for developing, assisting, and supporting all phases of... see more

A collection of quick video tutorials on library research topics

This tutorial is brought to you by the California School Library Association (CSLA) 2.0 Team. You will learn about Web... see more

A You-Tube video that explains in a fun way how to conduct more efficient searches in library databases. It explains how... see more

This is a site that contains 20 questions. Students answer yes or no to the questions, assign different points, and then... see more

The resource places the need for citing works within the context of scholarly conversations, and the context of... see more

A Google Course video telling how to do keyword searching in Google.

In the following modules, you will follow Jason and Emily through their first year of college as they are "mentored" by... see more

LibGuide on visual literacy: includes linked resources to visual literacy, use of visual resources, data visualization,... see more

The main purpose of this tutorial is to present principles of academic integrity and ways to adhere to them. In 21... see more

To find what you're looking for, it may be necessary to tap into the invisible web, the sites that don't get indexed by... see more

This Canadian portal provides an overview of oral language and teaching/assessing oral language, and gives "recipes" for... see more

This website provides an anecdotal history of how the Internet evolved. The information was last updated in September... see more

This library database app is for school grades K - 12. It helps students in those grades find good reliable sources from... see more

The CATEA website provides a wide range of information on accessibility news, events, projects, resources, products, and... see more

Computer Basics and Concepts, ITE 115, covers computer essential components and software. This course gives students the... see more

Copyright for Librarians is a joint project of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society and EIFL, a consortium of... see more

Learn how to create an interactive online tutorial, from concept to finished product. All faculty who want to make their... see more

This three-part online self-paced tutorial addresses intellectual property, visual literacy and using or creating with... see more

Handouts and step-by-step lab activities for a short course in Digital Sound and Music. Introduction to digital sound... see more