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LibraryLEARN: LibraryLEARN Videos

Learn the basics about Research! From creating your research question to evaluating and citing your sources.

If you need some quick tips from the library check out our collection of videos below!

Video Tutorial: Research Process

research process video

Video: Data, Information, and Knowledge

data video

Video: How to Read Scholarly Materials

scholarly articles video

Video: Refining Search Results

refining search results video

Video: Types of Bias (Part II)

bias part 2 video

Video: Synthesis

synthesis video

Video: Chicago Style 17th ed. Journals

chicago citations: journal video

Video: Plagiarism

plagiarism video

Video: How to Narrow Your Topic

narrow topic video

Video: Types of Sources

types of sources video

Video Tutorial: Searching as Exploration

searching as exploration video

Video: What is Authority?

academic authority video

Video: Evaluating Sources

evaluating sources video

Video: MLA 8th Edition Citation Style

MLA 8 citations video

Video: Chicago Style, 17th ed. Books and eBooks

chicago style: books and ebooks video

Video: Copyright

copyright video

Video Tutorial: Beginning Research with Wikipedia/Google

wikipedia google video

Video: Primary Sources

primary sources video

Video Tutorial: CCBC SmartSearch and Databases

databases video

Video: Introduction to Bias (Part I)

bias part 1 video

Video Tutorial: Evaluating Sources Using 4 Moves

Evaluating Sources Using 4 Moves video

Video: Turabian Citation Style

turabian citations video

Video: Chicago Style, 17th ed. Websites and Social Media

chicago style: websites video