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Research & Information Literacy Resources

Information Literacy Instruction - If you have already scheduled instruction times, please contact your librarian to make arrangements for alternate methods. If you would like to schedule instruction, please see our Library Instruction Page. Remote options are available.

Instruct Learning Objects -Instruct is a set of 60+ short online videos, self-guided tutorials, and quizzes covering information literacy. These learning objects can be used by students outside the classroom to cover a wide range of topics including getting started with research, evaluating information, recognizing bias, and citing sources. Check out our Instruct Learning Objects for information literacy instruction tutorials and videos that can be embedded in D2L.

Additional Faculty Resources

Video Resources

Below are video resources that include short clips, animations, full-length films, and more that can be used in your courses. Please contact us if you have questions about how to share them with your students,

Resources On Trial- Available Spring 2020 ONLY

Quite a few publishers have made their resources freely available during the COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage everyone to take a look at the trial resources that may be useful in supporting your instruction and/or students. There are many subject areas, such as biology, business, chemistry, communication, counseling, criminology, design, drama, education, engineering, music, nursing, politics, physics, psychology, social work, sociology, & visual arts. The full list of trial resources can be viewed on the right hand side of the A-Z Databases page.

Additional & Discipline-Specific Resources

For more discipline-specific resources that are available online, please see the Subject Guide Directory. If you are looking for a particular type of resource, please contact your Subject Librarian and they will try to assist you. 

For many FAQs (including accessing, requesting, using online resources), please see our FAQ/How do I...? page. 

 

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