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The Open Science Training Handbook (ver. 1) is intended for anyone who wishes to host Open Science training events or... see more

This lesson introduces the basics of U.S. copyright protection. Copyright is a form of legal protection that allows... see more

A site that tells all the career of librarianship. "If you're looking for a job that is highly skilled, in demand and... see more

This tutorial is meant to show some of the specific features of the PubMed database and search system.   In this module... see more

This toolkit provides the foundational "habits of mind" or skills that underlie approaches to effectively interacting... see more

ChemSpider is a free chemical structural database providing fast text and structure search access to over 63+ million... see more

CitizenScience.gov (USA) is an official government website designed to accelerate the use of crowdsourcing and Citizen... see more

The Canadian School Libraries Research Archive makes scholarly and practitioner research from all Treasure Mountain... see more

The Metrics Toolkit provides evidence-based information about research metrics across disciplines, including how each... see more

LIS Scholarship Archive (LISSA) is a free, open access preprints service for Library & Information Sciences and allied... see more

An advanced plagiarism checking tool that will help you identify plagiarism in any document, if it exists. Free and paid... see more

This website teachs basic and advanced boolean search, truncaiton, and "where do I start", etc.

This website provides multiple research guides on how to complete research. Some topics are annotated bibliography,... see more

This site provided access to mulltiple tutorials, LibGuides, PowerPoints, technology, etc. on how to research and locate... see more

There are multiple online tutorials on topics such as developing a search stratey, types of publication, search specifi... see more

This is a very large information literacy site that covers multiple topics such as: evaluating information, peer review &... see more

There are 4 library tutorials on: Getting started with research, Information resources, Using the library catalog, using... see more

This Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education (Framework) grows out of a belief that information literacy... see more

La Referencia is Latin America's inner-connected network of Open Access repositories, consisting of 100+ academic... see more

This collection, collated in Zotero, includes articles and other resources to help academic librarians teach diverse... see more

This set of tutorials from the University of Arizona LIbraries gives guidance on key concepts, using databaess, writing... see more

This OCLC Research Report challenges the digital natives vs. digital immigrants paradigm; that is, the common assumption... see more

This study compares the academic outcome measures, retention, GPA and hours earned, of students who received library... see more

The Intangible Advantage: Understanding Intellectual Property in the New Economy is the first-ever text on intellectual... see more