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Short tutorials on how to use the Gale OneFile to search for material.

In this lesson plan, we introduce the Goodreads platform and the basics of how it's organized. Goodreads is a website for... see more

Goodreads is a platform for readers to share, search, review, and organize the books they read/want to read. There are... see more

GoodReads is a website which provides various organizational structures for users to document, rate, review and share... see more

Purpose: This report highlights ways in which academic integrity can be taught through experiential learning activities.... see more

The following webpage is information on how to use DOAJ or the Directory of Open Access Journals in comparison with Gale... see more

This lesson plan was written to accompany another Merlot material, the presentation "Scryfall: Database Introduction and... see more

This resource is a group lesson plan that outlines the live walk-through via screen sharing – approximately 12-13 minutes... see more

This study examines the connection between student academic success and information literacy instruction. Focus groups... see more

'The Library of Congress is the world's largest library and the largest body of knowledge under a single roof. Whether... see more

This site, owned and maintained by Mary Niederlander, contains plenty of helpful links for library paraprofessionals and... see more

"Relator Code and Term List -- Term Sequence: MARC 21 Source Codes (Network Development and MARC Standards Office,... see more

"Talk" from OCLC points you to several venues where the voices of the OCLC community and the larger library community are... see more

A series of tutorials on how to use the OCLC Connexion browser. Covers the various features.

Yelp! is an online location-based organizing system primarily used for searching for and reviewing businesses and... see more

This is a slideshow for a workshop analyzing the online search and review service, Yelp!, as an organizing system. It... see more

Non-text intellectual works can be conceptualized using the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records. Here is an... see more is an online community that unites knitting enthusiasts and allows them to share, collect, and discover new... see more

This lesson presents an overview of the popular knitting website Ravelry and focuses on how to use the advanced search... see more

This contains a list of all the new MARC tags that have been designated for use in RDA records. All the fields listed,... see more

Are there reasons for students to use the campus library – in addition to “Googling it?” How do you find scholarly... see more

Scryfall Landon King, Sharon Osofsky, Jenna Primaveri & Andrei Mihailovic The organizing system that we chose for our... see more

The instructor of the session will first need cursory knowledge of Magic the Gathering, a fantasy role playing card game... see more