Academic Integrity Tutorial
The following tutorial can be taken all at once, or in two halves. To take the tutorial in one session, click on Academic Integrity and continue to the end of the tutorial. As the title suggests, this tutorial defines academic integrity and plagiarism.
If you choose to complete the tutorial in two halves, you can quit at any time. The last page of part one will be indicated in the tutorial. To resume the tutorial, click the Plagiarism link. This will take you directly to the second half of the tutorial.
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The Search Path Tutorial offers research tips and tricks to enable researchers to do their work.
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These tutorials include an audio component and run automatically.
- Asking a Reference Question. (4:54)
- A–Z Journals: Electronic Access to Journals. (1:41)
- Books for Distance Students: Document Request & Delivery. (3:47)
- Browsing New Books: For Fun, Research, and Project Ideas. (3:42)
- Can't Find a Reference Source on Your Topic? (1:16)
- Citing Sources with the Database Icons. (4:41)
- Course E-Reserves: Finding Your Professor's Electronic Documents. (2:34)
- Database Features: How to Use the Databases Best. (4:06)
- Find a Book in the Eli M. Oboler Library. (3:54)
- Find it @ ISU Button: Full Text, Library Services, and More. (4:19)
- Find the Full Text of an Article: Do you have my article? (4:31)
- Finding Reference Sources and Statistics with Google. (1:33)
- Finding Scholarly Articles. (3:41)
- Health Sciences Reference Sources: (5:12)
- How to Find Online Reference Resources. (17:34)
- Key Word Searching. (1:49)
- Narrowing a Topic: General Tips (4:59)
- Quick Search: a tutorial explaining our most basic library catalog search option. (2:18)
- Quick Search - Advanced Version: a tutorial demonstrating a library catalog search option, which looks for all of your search terms. It also talks about using a truncation code to find more results in your search. (3:57)
- Reference Books: Limit Results by Location in the Library Catalog. (5:38)
- Research Success - Graduate Students: Discover how library and internet resources can assist you in your literature review. Find theses and dissertations. Understand how to request items via the Interlibrary Loan department. Learn how the A-Z Journal List can help you locate the full text to articles you need. (23:53)
- Research Success - Undergraduate Students: Understand how to use library databases and webpages to increase your success with research projects. (14:42)
- SCORE Learn how to evaluate the sources chosen for your research project based on the SCORE criteria of Scope, Currency, Originality level, Reason, and Expertise of author. The resulting credibility score and your judgment about relevance to your topic combine to determine which source(s) to use for your college-level research project. Download and play mp4 file.(13:15)
- Searching for Reference Sources. (9:34)
- What is a Reference Source? (2:06)
- Wikipedia: Understand Wikipedia and Make the Best Use of It. (3:41)
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