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Video Tutorials

The following videos offer instruction on using library services as well as covering concepts related to research and library use. The videos may be watched in any order, at any time.



Information Need

This video looks at how needs for information can vary and offers examples of when to use assorted resources. Time 3:32


Library Resources

This video looks at resources offered by the library including the library catalog and periodical index databases. Time 6:43


Website Evaluation

This video looks at criteria that can be used when evaluating websites. Time 9:22


Search Techniques

This video presents four different search techniques that can be used when searching databases. Time 7:56


Interlibrary Loan

This video shows how to request an item not avaiable in full text through the Interlibrary Loan service. Time 3:01


Periodical Classification

This video explores how periodicals can be classified into various categories. Time 4:50


Peer Review

This video looks at the peer reviewed process. Time 3:58



Research Process

This video offers an exploration of the research process. Time 5:03



This video looks at five criteria to consider when evaluating a source. Time 6:05


Internet Relationship

This video offers information on how information is created and published online. Time 1:36


Journal Finder

This video shows how Journal Finder can be used to find the full text of articles from periodicals. Time 2:33


Databases by Subject

This video will explain how you can choose a database to use for your research based on various subjects. Time 2:33



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