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Aimed toward students, this site provides guidance for writing an academic research paper. The writing process is... see more

This three part flash based instructional resource concerns introductory bibliographic instruction for students who are... see more

The Association of College and Research Libraries includes a committee on teaching methods. This bibliography links to... see more

The Association of College and Research Libraries collected resources on teaching methods, instr5uctiona, design and... see more

This site provides information on how to use advanced search methods such as boolean logic to search the web. There is a... see more

An abbreviated guide to the APA style sheet. Gives rules for content (abbreviations, language), grammar (capitalization,... see more

APA citation practice exercise

The presentation illustrates the idea of an application program interface or API, using Twitter as an example.

This MIT LibGuide will help college students and faculty identify good mobile web sites and apps for learning and... see more

PowerPoint Tutorial on the different program windows elements that make up the user interface. We examine the PowerPoint... see more

This is a general interactive exercise on academic honesty, plagiarism and cheating. This is part of a larger site that... see more

This portal provides a framework for understanding and teaching literacy. It includes information for teachers (mainly... see more

A series of visualizations to show how technology aligns with Bloom's Taxonomy.

An accessible online library for people with print disabilities. Free membership for (U.S.A) qualified students and... see more

Designed as an introduction to academic integrity and intellectual property, Bruin Success with Less Stress educates... see more

A detailed set of examples and explanatory material for the Humanities style and author-date style of the Chicago Manual... see more

This two minute video explains what a citation is, why to cite, and the general principles involved with citing sources. 

CiteULike is a free service to help store, organise and share scholarly papers. When you see a paper on the web that... see more

This Flash program offers two paths for learning citation styles. After a brief introduction that sets forth the... see more

CLASSMINT is a sophisticated notetaking application based on the Cornell note-taking system, designed to be effective... see more

Targeted at small public libraries, this overview of the collection development process covers community analysis,... see more

A collection of video tutorials on educational topics such as technology, business, libraries, information, and education

This information literacy tutorial helps students in the junior-level computer science technical writing course at San... see more

This is a free course offered as part of the Saylor Foundation's Professional Development program.  'This program is... see more