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This tutorial will help you learn information literacy skills-how to select and narrow a topic and how to find and evaluate information sources.

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Module 1 : Choosing Sources

Module 2 : Creating a Search Strategy

Module 3 : Using the Library Catalog

Module 4 : Finding Articles in Research Databases

Module 5 : Using the Web

Module 6 : Citing Sources


1. Choosing Sources

2. Creating a
Search Strategy

3. Using the
Library Catalog

4. Finding Articles
in Research Databases

5. Using the Web

6. Citing Sources

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Original LINKS material 2003-2004 by Lansing Community College. Modified by Jacqui DaCosta, Marc Meola, Colleen Webber and Matthew Winkel (The College of New Jersey © 2008). Further modified by John T. Oliver (The College of New Jersey © 2011-2013). LINKS is based upon Searchpath by the Board of Trustees of Western Michigan University which incorporates material from TILT, a tutorial developed by the Digital Information Literacy Office for the University of Texas System Digital Library, 1998-2002.

This material may be reproduced, distributed, or incorporated only subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the LINKS Open Publication License.