- Academic Integrity
Even if you’re familiar with general violations of academic integrity (plagiarism, copying, and so on), things can, and do, get complicated. This series of modules will provide a basic definition of academic integrity and explain practically how to avoid plagiarism, cheating, and other academic integrity violations.
- Finding Arguments Using Opposing Viewpoints NEW!!
- Evaluating Information
This tutorial provides a framework for thinking critically about the information you encounter… or making yourself a nice lunch. Hopefully both.
- Using Google Scholar
- Using Scholarly Databases
Jumpstart your research with a quick orientation to the best places to start research using library resources, plus quick instructions as to how to best conduct a search in any database
- How to Use ILLIAD to Request Articles
- How to Use Wikipedia
Provides some tips on how to use Wikipedia properly.
- Begin Your Research
This series of video tutorials will help you get started, explore your topic, and dig deeper. The resources showcased are your portal to some of the most reliable and in-depth information around.
- Choosing a Topic
Choosing a Topic can often be hard. Follow five simple steps to make the entire process much easier. (A PRIMO award tutorial)
- Creating a Concept Map
Create a concept map to help narrow and focus your topic.