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College Level Research

College Level Research

CLUE (Campus Library User Education) is a Web-based, multimedia tutorial developed by the campus Library & Information Literacy Instruction Program and funded in part by a DoIT Adaptation Grant. The tutorial was designed to be part of a required information literacy module for the campus Communications Requirement courses but can also be used by anyone who wants to learn the basic information-seeking skills and strategies. This particular module is designed to explain to freshmen the differences between doing research for high school and research for college courses.


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Howard Combs
Howard Combs (Faculty)
5 years ago

the link to this material does not work

Used in course? Yes
Jonathan Betz-Zall
Jonathan Betz-Zall (Faculty)
13 years ago
Thanks for posting this to MERLOT! I will use it in instructing a Reference Services course this spring (2009). Concepts are clearly explained and illustrated. I do wish for a bit more enthusiasm in the voice-overs.
Used in course? Yes
Time spent reviewing site: 1 hour
Sally Robertson
Sally Robertson (Librarian)
14 years ago
Excellent presentation on why college students should use library datbases and not Google to find good scholarly journal articles.
Used in course? Yes