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These online tutorials will teach you how to use the library, search our resources more effectively, and improve your research skills.

You'll find these tutorials are available in a variety of formats. Some are videos, some are interactive flash modules, and some are PowerPoint presentations. Many have been produced by other libraries. Note: This page only includes selected tutorials. Visit this page for the full list.

Getting Started

Developing a Search Strategy

Using Randall Library

Types of Publications

Searching Specific Resources for Articles and More

Searching Specific Resources for Articles and More

EBSCO Support Tutorials [ Flash | Various times | Details ]
Gale Database Tutorials - Videos [ .html | various times | Details ]
How to Use Statista [ Video | 4:36 | Details ]
Oxford Reference Tour [ Video | 9:40 | Details ]
ProQuest: ABI/INFORM [ .html | Self-Paced | Details ]
ScienceDirect Help [ .html | Self-Paced | Details ]
SIRS Knowledge Source [ Video | 1:44 | Details ]
Wall Street Journal [ Video | 2:11 | Details ]

Getting Items from Other Libraries

Getting Items from Other Libraries

Citing and Evaluating Your Sources

Search for a Tutorial


BUILD Info Lit Tutorial

BUILD (Beginning Undergraduate Information Literacy Development) consists of 6 modules designed to help you learn important information literacy skills.

My Research Strategy

"My Research Strategy" will walk you through the steps of creating a research strategy for your specific topic.

Information Literacy Tutorials

Visit our Bridges to Information Literacy Tutorials page for a variety of resources for learning and teaching about Information Literacy.

Randall Library on YouTube