Lion's Guide to Research & the Library was developed to meet the information literacy learning outcomes associated with Loyola Marymount University's new First Year Seminar course. The five modules that comprise this tutorial are integrated into each First Year Seminar and cover the basic research skills students need to succeed in college. While these modules are intended for freshman students, anyone needing a research refresher course will benefit from completing this tutorial.
2014 Lion's Guide to Research & the Library Modules
Module 1: Starting Your Assignment
Module 2: Types of Information
Module 3: Finding Books
Module 4: Finding Articles
Module 5: Using Information Ethically
2013 PRIMO Recognized Modules:
Module 3: Finding and Evaluating Information
Module 4: Using Information Ethically
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Lion's Guide to Research & the Library incorporates material from the Begin Research Tutorial developed by University of California, Irvine Libraries Department of Education and Outreach; the Tutorial for Info Power (TIP) developed by University of Wyoming Libraries; and the Search for the Skunk Ape: An Information Literacy Tutorial by Florida Gulf Coast University. The William H. Hannon Library takes full responsibility for Lion's Guide to Research & the Library, but would like to acknowledge the adaptation of content and interactive exercises from Begin Research, TIP, and Search for the Skunk Ape.
Lion's Guide to Research & the Library by William H. Hannon Library is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
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