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Focuses on legal issues of interest to libraries, such as copyright, privacy and the First Amendment. Information,... see more

Information literacy tutorial that covers brainstorming, choosing a topic, focusing the topic, identifying terms,... see more

Safari is a guided expedition through the information world, aimed at helping you to feel more confident about finding,... see more

UNESBIB includes over 100,000 citations for books, articles and UNESCO publications some with full text links. Languages... see more

This list of excellent topic-specific academic search engines help teachers, student researchers and academics quickly... see more

A basic introduction to Boolean Logic and its basic operators: AND, OR, and NOT, along with search term examples and... see more

This app helps the researcher who is not in school find good, reliable articles from magazines, journals, and e-books... see more

"Altmetric tracks what people are saying about papers online on behalf of institutions, publishers, authors, libraries... see more

BASE is the multi-disciplinary search engine to scholarly internet resources at Bielefeld University. BASE complements... see more

Google Scholar facilitates citation searching of scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books... see more

An index of reliable sites for librarians and educators to use for research.

This is a guide to mobile library database apps that will help the researcher find good quality peer-reviewed articles... see more

Recent reports and publications from Project Information Literacy (PIL).  Contains: research reports, peer-reviewed... see more

A quick guide on how to use Google Scholar to gain access to articles available to you through your university, either in... see more

Tutorial showing students how to narrow and broaden a topic.  Also shows students how to brainstorm, mindmapping, etc.

A brief introduction to citation searching.  

OpenDOAR lists the wide variety of institutional and subject-based Open Access research archives and repositories which... see more

This Content Builder guide is designed to introduce engineering students and engineers to great resources in the learning... see more

Tutorial is synched to the ALA's (American Library Association) Information Literacy standards. How to find books, search... see more

Tutorial teaching students how to search journal databases. How to evaluate information.

This document lists the 5 main elements that should be included in type of reference interaction, including both in... see more

A simple infographic depicting the sources and methods that students turn to when seeking information for course work and... see more

"We're in an age of information overload, and too much of what we watch, hear and read is mistaken, deceitful or even... see more

This is a tutorial website about what MERLOT is, and how it can be used by all librarians to help transform their... see more