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This tutorial will introduce first year medical students to some of the key resources available to them through the Arizona Health Sciences Library. Keywords: medical student databases resources textbooks
A page of tutorials, guides, and assignments that support the research needs of History Majors. Resources are organized by topics and include key concepts such as resource type evaluation, beginning steps of the research process, accessing library databases, citing, and accessing additional library resources of importance for historical research. Keywords: beginning research, academic integrity, catalog basics
Learn to find different types of materials, including how to search the catalog and locate maps, newspapers, magazines, journals, books, articles, textbooks, government documents, technical reports, audio/ visuals, and dissertations/ theses. Keywords: fundamental skill, OPAC, locating library resources
This tutorial will introduce you to the different search capabilities of BizMiner. You will be able to search by industry and geographic region upon completion of this tutorial.
Discover the more advanced search features in WorldCat, while also learning about the complexities of transliterated Cyrillic script in bibliographic records. Keywords: Transcription, WorldCat, Transliteration, Cyrillic, Russian, Slavic, Romanization
You will learn how to search this database of citations to journal articles, books and dissertations from the 1920s in the disciplines of literature, language and linguistics, literary theory and criticism. Keywords: MLA; English Literature; Modern Language Association; MLA International Bibliography Online
This tutorial will introduce health science students to MEDLINE via PubMed and help them gain basic searching skills within this database. Keywords: Medline, PubMed, National Library of Medicine, Clinical Queries
This tutorial will provide insights for searching and locating business terms, articles, and other information.
Discover the benefits and pitfalls of relying on fulltext searching while also learning to employ more more advanced (and precise) search strategies. Keywords: MLA, full text, controlled vocabulary, fields, access points, JSTOR, Google Scholar