ENGL 1102 - Abbott (Online) - TiLT-intermediate


Information Literacy Objectives for the Research Module

Upon completion of information literacy instruction, students should be able to:

1d) Refine and narrow searches using built-in database limiters.

2d) Identify appropriate library databases for specific research needs.

2c) Search the library catalog in order to locate an appropriate resource.

Library Guide Helpful Tips!

This is a multi-use library guide, designed to help with several assignments.

STEP 1: 

The first module is all about source evaluation, a key part of what you'll be doing. The 5Ws provide a quick cheat sheet and additional explanations so you can review your sources and make good decisions.

STEP 2: (Your Librarian Visit!)

Finally there's your research paper module. There is a TON of information here!  

  • Watch the very helpful research strategy video on the Research Paper Module page!
  • If you need a refresher, take a look at the Search Strategies page.
  • Review the Galileo: Articles page on how to use Galileo to find articles. (And the Navigating Galileo page has a helpful diagram of all the pieces of a results page!)
  •  On the Galileo: Subject Databases page, read up on subject databases. There are also recommended subject-specific databases to help you focus in on your topic. (Objective 2d)
  • Finally, take a look at how to use GIL-Find, our book catalog, to find books. (Objective 2c)

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