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Learn how to cite in APA style. Keywords: citing sources, American Psychological Association, style guide
Learn how to avoid plagiarism. Keywords: citing sources, fundamental skill, plagiarism, UA Student Code of Conduct
Instructors, learn strategies to help students avoid plagiarism before it starts. Keywords: plagiarism
Get an introduction to specific library services available for graduate students at the University of Arizona. Includes information on library locations, resources, and services. Keywords: Library catalog, RefWorks, interlibrary loan, online resources, OPAC, contacting librarians, reference, ask a librarian, study carrels, presentation practice rooms, express document center, bibliographic management software, subject guides, tutorials
This tutorial introduces first-year theater arts students to the basics of play analysis research and includes a discussion of popular and scholarly sources and essential terms. Keywords: theater, theater arts, play analysis
This tutorial will teach the basics of finding companies, industry, and country information in Mergent Online.
This guide will teach you how to effectively search for information on the Special Collections website and when to refer to other resources to find Special Collections material. Keywords: borderland, special collections, archives, rare books, Arizona, manuscript, southwest
Will help instructors add and modify the Business Research/Library Tools tab into their Blackboard courses.
This interactive, self-paced tutorial guides students through evaluating article abstracts and citations in order to determine their usefulness for a research topic. Covers areas to consider such as audience, point of view, and relevancy. Includes self-assessment exercises with instant feedback. Keywords: articles, references, research strategy, citation chaining, evaluating citations, related research
Learn how to evaluate websites by looking at the strengths and weaknesses of different examples. Includes practice activities, feedback, and reflection. Keywords: open web, hidden web, websites, evaluation checklist, source comparison