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Anatomy of a Scholarly Article

An interactive image of a scholarly article developed by North Carolina State University Libraries.

What is an Annotated Bibliography?

A video tutorial published by the Kimbel Library of Coastal Carolina University.

APA Style Tutorial 

Prepared and published by American Psychological Association.

Chicago Style Citation Quick Guide

Sponsored by the University of Chicago Press.

Evaluating Internet Health Information 

 A tutorial from the National Library of Medicine.

How to Use a Database

This very informative and at the same time entertaining instructional video was created by the librarians of the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga (UTC).

MLA StyleTutorial 

Courtesy of Hunter College of the City University of New York.

Research 101:

A series of video tutorials published by University of Washington Libraries. Script by Anna Eisen and Kali Stoehr. Voice by Kimberly Tate.

Understanding Scholarly Sources

Self-teaching guides to scholarly publication and peer review practices developed by North Caroline State University Libraries.

What is a Scholarly Article and Why is it Important? 

A video tutorial published by the Kimbel Library of Coastal Carolina University.

Wikipedia: Beneath the Surface

What is a wiki? Who are the authors of Wikipedia articles? This video introduces viewers to the inner working of Wikipedia so that they can make best use of it. 
Created by North Carolina State University Libraries.


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