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Research Crash Course

This guide contains the research crash course modules that the library created.

Research Crash Course Overview

The Research Crash Course may be used in two ways.

  1. Faculty may assign these short units to their students to supplement their research related instruction. 
  2. Students may view them at their own pace to improve their own research habits.

If you have any suggestions for other modules please let me know. Ron Epps:

1. Library of Congress Call Numbers

2. Plagiarism (Goblin threat plagiarism game)

3. Publication Cycle

4. Background Research

5. OneSearch Basics

6. OneSearch: Advanced

7. Interlibrary Loan

8. Peer Review

9. How to find a book on the shelves

10. Finding Literary Criticism in EBSCO Databases

11.Finding Literary Criticism in ProQuest Central

12. Finding Literary Criticism in Literature Online

13. Learn to Use RefWorks in Twenty Minutes

14. What is a Database

15. MLA Style

16. The CamelCat: Using the CamelCat to find Literary Criticism

17. Relevancy: How to Determine if Information You Find is Going to be Useful

19. Factitious