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Tutorials  

A to Z guide to tutorials for resources and services provided by the LRD.
Last Updated: Aug 22, 2016 URL: http://udc.libguides.com/tutorials Print Guide RSS Updates

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The guide is arranged alphabetically by the resource or concept.

For example, if you wanted to see if there is a tutorial on searching the Academic Search Premier database, you would go to the "Databases ABC" tab. And if you wanted to find tutorials on formatting an MLA-style paper in Microsoft Word, you would go to the "Microsoft Word" tab.

If you need help locating a tutorial, do not hesitate to ask for help -- just use the contact information under my picture there on the right to get in touch.

 

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Introduction

This guide acts as the portal for many different types of tutorials -- everything from how to search particular databases, like Academic Search Premeir or PsycInfo, to explanations of research techniques and information literacy competencies.

This guide is a work in progress and will be continually updated as new tutorials are created or discovered.  Suggestions for tutorials are always welcome!

 

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