Lion’s Guide to Research and the Library
This tutorial is embedded into Loyola Marymount University’s First Year Seminar Courses and consists of five modules (Starting Your Assignment, Types of Information, Finding Books, Finding Articles, and Using Information Ethically)
This short tutorial is completed by second semester freshman before attending a face-to-face library instruction session and covers the mechanics of six search strategies
This online game is designed to be played during a face-to-face library instruction session and teaches students how to evaluate information using the RADAR framework (Rationale, Authority, Date, Accuracy, Relevance).
The Scholarly Sources Challenge
The Scholarly Sources Challenge is a revision of the RADAR Challenge and is designed to be played during a face-to-face library instruction session. It presents different types of sources and asks student to answer questions that help determine if the source is scholarly or not.
This is a preliminary version of an interactive tutorial designed for incoming LMU freshman. The tutorial introduces them to LMU’s academic honesty policy and the three common elements that constitute academic dishonesty: plagiarism, fraud, and cheating.
Searching for Article in ProQuest
The Pros and Cons of Google Scholar
Using Google Scholar Like a Pro
Finding the Full Text in Google Scholar