Bush Memorial Library welcomes you to our online tutorial on library services and skills. We have designed this tutorial to provide you with opportunities to learn about the library and and it's services, and allow you to practice information-seeking and evaluation skills in information literacy. The Bush Library Research Tutorial consists of 8 modules. The tutorial does not have to be completed in one sitting.
Begin by clicking on the Module 1 link below
Module 1 - Orientation to Bush Memorial Library
Module 2 - Types of Information and Research Tools
Module 3 - Searching a Database
Module 4 - Understanding Citations
Module 5 - Information Ethics: Citing Sources and Fair Use
Module 6- Using Internet Sources
Module 7 - Evaluating Content on the Web
Module 8 - Developing a Research Strategy
After you've finished all 8 modules, test your understanding by completing the web-based tutorial assessment to be linked here soon.
Test questions are based on the concepts covered in all 8 modules.
A more formal assessment will also soon be available to faculty who wish to test these information literacy learning objectives using Blackboard Learning Management System.
The tutorial overall prepares students to --