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This learning tool is designed to instruct students on how to best use the Web to find information. The authors provide... see more

Students viewing this site can gain basic knowledge about Internet functions and expressions, such as file transfer... see more

In this presentation, the authors combine three topics in their discussion on using sources for research: citation,... see more

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

Describes the differences between scholarly journals and magazines.

This paper is about how librarians can help promote the university institutional repositories and what open access is. It... see more

A video presentation about how to cite sources uding MLA 8.

This is a brief but detailed presentation geared toward students doing academic research, and centered on the exercise of... see more

This weblog tells everything you want to want to know about the Dewey Decimal Classification system but were afraid to... see more

This interactive tool lets you fill in only the information needed for the style citation you want, print or electronic... see more

CORE is an interactive information literacy tutorial. It was developed by a team of librarians and others at Purdue... see more

This resource offers advice on how to avoid plagiarism. It contains the following sections: 1. Overview and... see more

An explanation of when to use a database's simple search and when to use its advanced search.  (FLA file can be found at... see more

Colorado Libraries 2.0 is a learning program to help library staff become familiar with Web 2.0 tools. This is Colorado's... see more

CORA stands for Community of Online Research Assignments. It is an open access resource for faculty and librarians. It is... see more

"This tutorial was developed for the faculty, staff, and students at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences... see more

"This document's purpose is to help faculty, students and staff make informed decisions before using materials in the... see more

This tutorial teaches students how to develop a research question that will clarify their topic and guide their research... see more

Digital Literacy Standard Curriculum Version 4 teaches generic ICT skills and concepts. The curriculum features screen... see more

This presentation illustrates the information literacy approach for undergraduate, adult and MBA courses at California... see more

A short, fun and interactive tutorial to show students how to find the full-text of references on their reading list. It... see more

A comparative style guide for bibliographic references in the styles of APA (4th ed.), Chicago (14th ed.), MLA (5th ed.),... see more

Animated tutorial on plagarism for students.

A teaching quiz covering the evaluation of information sources, best citation practices, and copyright/fair use issues.