Research Tutorials @ the Library
The Reference and Instruction Department develops interactive tutorials and instructional videos on various information literacy and research topics to supplement class instruction. Below you will find a list of available tutorials which can be integrated into Brightspace courses upon request to the Instructional Design Librarian, Darlene Aguilar, at email@example.com. Tutorials require the latest Chrome Browser to operate correctly. Please contact the library with any questions or concerns.
First Year Seminar: Lion's Guide to Research
The following tutorials were developed to meet the information literacy learning outcomes for the First Year Seminar courses. These modules 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 these tutorials. For information on implementing these tutorials, visit the FYS LibGuide.
The Academic Honesty Tutorial is a standalone module created to introduce first-year students to LMU's Academic Honesty Policy but is useful as an introduction to scholarly conduct for any new researcher. The Academic Honesty Tutorial's content is developed by the Committee on Excellence in Teaching.
The following tutorials are better suited for upper division courses with an information literacy component. Attached are lists of suggested assignments and activities to pair with the tutorials.
We are proud to announce that the Advanced Search Tips tutorial was selected for inclusion into PRIMO, a peer-reviewed collection of instructional materials created by librarians to teach people about discovering, accessing, and evaluating information in networked environments.
The Research Strategies for Company Information tutorial is a useful tool for those interested in increasing their proficiency in business research including finding and evaluating company information.
Chicago Citation Style
The Chicago/Turabian Citation Style Tutorial provides information on why we cite sources, the differences among citation styles, and how to construct chicago-style citations.
For more information literacy and library instruction, check our How To video playlist on YouTube.