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This lesson introduces the basics of U.S. copyright protection. Copyright is a form of legal protection that allows... 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 set of tutorials from the University of Arizona LIbraries gives guidance on key concepts, using databaess, writing... see more

This academic librarian-focused, self-paced program encourages participants to read, reflect, and respond to prompts and... see more

A simple introduction to adding a link to MERLOT.

This website on evaluating resources includes: Part 1: The Need to Evaluate Internet Resources Part 2: Evaluating Online... see more

This web page addresses the issue of "fake news" and uses it as a springboard for talking about finding trustworthy... see more

This is a self-paced, non-credit course that covers research skills, critical thinking, media and internet literacy, and... see more

A series of information literacy modules from the University of Idaho.

En esta colección se recogen materiales realizados o recopilados por las diferentes bibliotecas de la UPV (Universitat... see more

The tutorial is provided within 9 distinct books, which you can work through independently. You don't have to start from... see more

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

This library guide introduces the ACRL information literacy framework, and provides professional development content for... see more

This InfoPower research skills interactive tutorial addresses the information cycle and research processes. It also... see more

This interactive tutorial uses a concrete example to explain how to read and interpret a research article.

This suite of 10 library research tutorials take college students through the research process including narrowing a... see more

This set of library video tutorials includes information about research skills, library resources, and subject-specific... see more