The following table provides links to various online tutorials to teach you about how to conduct research and use software more effectively. Please visit the Researcher's Toolkit page for additional tips to assist you in the research process or speak with a librarian.
|Getting Started||Explore PowerPoint presentations for Finding Books Using PILOT and for Finding Articles to get you started on the research process.|
|Assignment Calculator||While geared towards University of Minnesota students, this calculator enables you to create a creation timeline for each stage of the research/writing process.|
|EBSCOHost||This link provides access to a number of tutorials related to using the more than two dozen EBSCO electronic information resources to which we provide access. Note: be aware that not all of the features appearing in the tutorials may be activated locally.|
|General Technology||Our campus' Technology and Communications Department offers a variety of tutorials on various technologies in use on campus.|
Learn the definitions and use of commonly used library and information terms.
Multilingual Glossary (American Library Association - ALA) Commonly used library terms are defined and translated into English, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, French, and Spanish.
|Tutorials for the 2007 editions of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and more. Their "Where did that command go?" sorts of guides helps migrate from 2003 to 2007 versions of Office software.|
|This classic tutorial from the University of Texas guides through all steps of the research process on your way to becoming information literate.|