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Library Instruction Options for EN 101 & 102: Module #5 - Basic Database Search Strategies
Interactive tutorial on how to find sources in the Kreitzberg Library's collections
Finding Sources in Library Databases [Approximately 30 minutes long]
This activity is designed to help your students understand what Library databases are, recognize the difference between Library databases and Google, be aware of what the peer-review system is and how it works, and be able to find scholarly sources in Library databases.
Interactive tutorial on how to navigate library databases
Guided Database Search Session [Time is flexible]
Would you like for your students to try searching for sources in the Library's databases during your classtime? One of our librarians would be happy to walk them through the basics of getting started! A librarian would also be on hand to answer students' questions and to troubleshoot any research or technical issues that may arise.
A session like this can be anywhere from 15 minutes long to the length of the whole class session. You tell us what would work best, and we will accommodate you!