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  • Primary Research Articles: Article Analysis Exercise more information

    This self-paced tutorial provides students with practice evaluating an article and its bibliographic information to determine if it is a primary research article. Keywords: self assessment, quizzes, printable, primary and secondary sources, evaluating research articles

  • Finding NAICS Codes more information

    This tutorial walks you through the process of locating NAICS codes for your industry by using keywords or browsing. It also explains what NAICS codes are and how they work. Keywords: NAICS, business, industry, industry research, company information

  • EndNote: configuring for UA - AHSL more information

  • Building APA Citations more information

    Learn how to build and practice building citations in APA format. Keywords: citations, APA

  • Mind Mapping Your Topic more information

    Use this mind mapping tool to generate ideas for both focusing your topic and coming up with keywords for searching. Keywords: keywords, narrow your topic, research topics, how to narrow a topic, English composition, writing program

  • How do I Find an Ethnography? more information

    Learn to search for ethnographies in the UA Library catalog. Get searching tips specific to ethnographic research, like how to effectively use subject headings, narrowing search results with subheadings, keyword searching and research type specific recommendations for UA owned databases & encyclopedias. Includes practice activities. Keywords: database searching, Handbook of North American Indians, subject sub- headings, human relations area files, sociological abstracts, social science citation index, anthropological citations

  • What is an Ethnography? more information

    Guide explaining what an ethnography is, how to identify one, and materials easily mistaken for them. Includes a practice quiz. Keywords: database searching, Handbook of North American Indians

  • Database Basics for History Students more information

    Teaches history students how to locate databases from the UA Library Catalog and how to select which databases are most appropriate for a particular research need. Keywords: fundamental skill, full text searching

  • Tutorial for Popular vs. Scholarly Articles more information

    Learn how to tell the difference between popular and scholarly articles, then take a brief quiz to check your understanding followed by instant feedback. Keywords: fundamental skill, articles, journals, research tips, selecting sources, English composition, writing program

  • Finding an Article When You Have a Citation more information

    This interactive tutorial provides students with step by step instructions for using the UA Library Catalog to locate articles from a citation. Keywords: activity, QuickHelp, side by side, OPAC, catalog searching, finding journal articles, accessing electronic resources, LexisNexis Academic Universe, database searching

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