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Library Tutorials

Use these videos and tutorials to learn new tricks about library research

Popular vs. Scholarly Sources

You've found some promising materials for your paper, now what?  These tutorials will provide you with tips and examples on evaluating articles.

Source: Popular vs. Scholarly Sources, video tutorial, by Emily Bongiovanni and Brianna Buljung

 

Source: Popular vs. Scholarly Sources, LibWizard tutorial, by Brianna Buljung

Using Authoritative Sources

Using authoritative sources improves the credibility of your work.  These tutorials will provide you with tips and examples.

Source: Authoritative Sources, video tutorial, by Emily Bongiovanni and Brianna Buljung

 

Source: Using Authoritative Sources, LibWizard tutorial, by Brianna Buljung

Web Sources

You've found some promising materials for your paper, now what?  These tutorials will provide you with tips and examples on evaluating web sources.

Source: Evaluating Websites, video tutorial, by Emily Bongiovanni and Brianna Buljung

 

Source: Evaluating Websites, LibWizard tutorial, by Brianna Buljung

How to Reuse these Tutorials

We highly encourage reuse and adaptation of our tutorials. Unless otherwise noted, all tutorials on this guide are licensed CC-BY-NC. Please use the following attribution format when reusing this content. Contact the librarians on this guide with any questions or feedback.

Attribution:

TUTORIAL NAME, TYPE, by AUTHOR, Colorado School of Mines Arthur Lakes Library, used under a CC-BY-NC license.

Example:

Keyword Search Tips, LibWizard tutorial, by Brianna Buljung, Colorado School of Mines Arthur Lakes Library under a CC-BY-NC license