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Information Literacy Tutorial   Tags: information literacy, research, tutorials  

Use Searchpath to learn how to find, retrieve and evaluate information from various formats.
Last Updated: Feb 5, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Additional Resources

Use the Web Evaluation and Web Searching Libguide for additional help. 

Web Searching and Web Evaluation   Take a look at this LibGuide for more information about web searching and web evaluation.

Scholarly / Peer Reviewed Articles

  • ACS 108
    Take a look at the LibGuide for ACS 108 for information about locating articles from journal sources. It will discuss the differences between magazine, newspaper, trade/professional and scholarly/peer-reviewed journals.

Information Literacy Tutorial

The Information Literacy Tutorial includes six modules on how to do research. You may start with Module 1 Start Smart and work your way down the modules in order, or you may select the module that best fits your information research needs at the moment. The six modules include: Start Smart, Choosing a Topic, Using the Catalog, Finding Articles, Using the Web, and Citing Sources.

  1. Start Smart (text)
  2. Choosing a Topic (Flash) or Choosing a Topic (text)
  3. Using the Library Online Catalog to find Books/Media
  4. Finding Articles
  5. Using the Web
  6. Citing Sources

Information Literacy Tutorial on YouTube

Start Smart Module 1 Searchpath


Information Literacy Tutorial on Youtube

Choosing at Topic Module 2 Searchpath

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