The information timelineGenerate great search termsUnderstand and use the reference collection
Understand and use the reference collectionSearch the library catalogResearch databasesWhat is a scholarly journal article?How to read a scholarly articlePutting together your search termsEvaluating sourcesBroaden and Narrow Your Search Results
Using Google ScholarUsing Wikipedia for scholarly researchEvaluating web sitesLibrary databases vs. Google and the web
Why citation is importantUsing NoodleTools
The Information Timeline and Types of SourcesGet Ready with ReferenceGet Ready with a Book
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This guide contains tutorials and worksheets to help students learn information literacy skills to become more effective researchers. Instructors and librarians should feel free to use any content in this guide in online and/or face-to-face classes.
Last Updated: Apr 29, 2014 URL: http://libguides.seattlecentral.edu/learn Print Guide RSS Updates

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In this guide, students will find a wealth of information on how to use the library to conduct solid research. Faculty can find instructional material to use in their classes as well.


 

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