Library Research (created by LCC librarians)
How to find children's picture books using the LCC Library catalog, and how to place holds on them for pick up at the Circulation Desk.
A brief tour of the highlights of the LCC Library's website.
Short video on narrowing search results in an EBSCO research database.
Use the LCC Library's bibliographic citation management software, NoodleTools, in order to create bibliographies and works cited lists.
What peer-reviewed journal articles are, how to identify them, and how to find them using the LCC Library's EBSCO suite of databases.
Describes how to find books, ebooks, DVDs, and streaming video in the LCC Library catalog. Also describes how to find and request Summit items from other academic libraries, and how to use subject headings to find more materials.
Describes how to use EBSCO Library research databases to find articles originally published in magazines. Aimed at beginning researchers.
Determine whether or not a website is appropriate for use in an academic paper or other assignment.
Short video on how to verify images in social media posts.
Short video about how you can improve web results by slowing down your process.
TedEd Talk by journalist Andrew Marantz about how and why internet trolls create fake content for broadcast on social media.
Lateral reading is a powerful strategy that fact checkers use to evaluate information online.
Short video on the value and appropriate use of Wikipedia.
How To (created by CLIP)
Learn to deconstruct an assignment and identify appropriate resources to successfully complete it.
Learn to develop an appropriate topic for a research paper.
Generate effective search terms for Internet or database searching.
Learn how to incorporate sources into your research papers.
Learn how to use voice markers and signal phrases to incorporate citations into your writing.