This guide contains video tutorials that will help you to use the many resources available at MacPhaidin Library. Below each video you will find a permanent link to the video and the code needed to embed the video within an eLearn course. Below is a description of what you will find in each of the guides subpages:
Information Literacy Skills: This page contains videos that will instruct you in basic information literacy topics, such as how to choose the right database for your research, how to find and access full-text articles, how to evaluate websites for credibility, and how to create an interlibrary loan account.
Database-Specific: The videos on this page demonstrate how to conduct searches in specific databases.
Discipline-Specific: The videos on this page demonstrate how to find scholarly and popular articles in several different databases. Each video is tailored to a specific academic discipline, like education or psychology.
Literature Reviews: Learn how to write a literature review in specific academic disciplines.
Citation: These videos contain instructions on how to create common in-text and reference list citations in frequently-used citation styles such as APA, MLA, and Chicago.
Annotated Bibliographies: Videos on this page contain instructions on how to construct an annotated bibliography in common citation styles such as APA and MLA.
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