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Library Tutorials & Videos
The librarians at Scribner Library have created interactive learning tutorials to teach basic information literacy and research skills using a format that is available to students at any time.
We also have a selection of short videos available on our YouTube channel that teach how to use some of the library resources and tools. You can link or embed these in your Brightspace courses.
Get an introduction to citations including the purpose of citing, different citation styles, what sources need to be cited, and citation resources.
Citing with RefWorks
Get a basic introduction on using Refworks to manage and cite your sources including how to export citation information from the databases and catalog.
Copyright and Fair Use
This tutorial provides an introduction to copyright, copyright infringement, the public domain, and fair use. Learn also about Creative Commons.
This tutorial explains the different types of online resources that you can use to find images as well as the characteristics to consider when selecting images.
Learn about how the information cycle affects your access to certain resources looking at a specific topic related to Coronavirus.
Receive an introduction to SearchMore, the library's discovery tool, including how best to use it and some search tips.
Following step-by-step instructions in the database Academic Search Complete, learn basic search techniques that can be used in most databases including Boolean Operators, keywords and subject terms, limiters, and more.
This tutorial explains how to take a broad topic and narrow it down to something manageable for your research using a concept map, research pyramid, and brainstorm cloud.