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The site walks the user through the 12 cranial nerves with pictures and descriptions.

We are a group of academics, pollsters, psychologists, lawyers, and activists who are concerned about the impact the... see more

This is a multi-level instruction on Information Literacy. The tutorials are individual and can be used alone or as a... see more

These are sets of information literacy modules that explain this from choosing topics, generating keywords, reliability... see more

These tutorials are a multi-level resource that covers the areas of what is information literacy, search strategies,... see more

These information literacy modules are a good resource to help students with accessing information, evaluating resources... see more

These modules are provided by Marquette University. It was developed to help their first year English program, but it is... see more

The COCA Corpus, developed by Mark Davies at BYU, is a powerful tool for language learning and teaching (among other... 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 is a seven minute video that explains the basics of APA formatting. Written by a graduate student, it is meant to... see more

A set of videos about introductory programming commands in C language.  Covering the basics of programming in C. 

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

La Comunicación asertiva en Espacios Virtuales de Aprendizaje recibe Varios Nombres, de Etiqueta Roja, Protocolos de... see more

This screencast demonstrates how to create and use a wikispace for educational purposes.

C language tutorial for users

This site contains an applet that allows the user to create various sequences by inputting a starting number, a... 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 academic library guide incudes tutorials and other resources about plagiarism, its consequences, and ways to avoid... see more

What is the limit of compression? Huffman codes are introduced in order to demonstrate how entropy is the ultimate limit... see more

A short story about the need for digital communication and how it leads to coding theory (variable length source coding)... see more

How do we communicate digital information reliably in the presence of noise? Hamming's error correction code demonstrates... see more