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This web tutorial shows students how to evaluate websites for use in college research papers. Criter...

This brief Flash tutorial teaches students the basics of using AND, OR, and NOT to combine terms whe...

This learning object is a short guide on how to cite government publications in Chicago Style.

This short animated video clearly describes the distinction between popular and scholarly periodical...

This resource will enable students to: enhance their understanding of the US Presidential election u...

This material is an issue brief covering the fundamentals of technology and globalization. The docum...

The Information Literacy Tutorial provides a thorough examination of the following topics, including...

The Charter Institute of Library and Information Professionals in the UK has tackled confusion about...

This resource is an introductory information literacy tutorial. Material covered in the tutorial is...

An online quiz that teaches about the different types of plagiarism and tells how to avoid them. Cu...

An informational brochure providing a detailed overview of why, what, and how to cite resources when...

Last revised July 23, 2006, this resource guide provides a synopsis of U.S. copyright issues related...

A good powerpoint presentation about how to use business databases to enhance critical thinking skil...

A comparative style guide for bibliographic references in the styles of APA (4th ed.), Chicago (14th...

This tutorial consists of an introductory video which introduces the concept of plagiarism and its c...

Distinguishing between skills used to conduct research at the high school and college level, this mo...

This tutorial demonstrates how time affects an event and where that information is located(e.g., boo...

This website is a condensed version of the book of the same name. The book is primarily used as a te...

This website provides an extensive tutorial on searching Google. The tutorial contains a table of co...