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Library Tutorials: Home

An assortment of tutorials, videos, and tools to help students use library resources


For faculty, instructors, and librarians, this guide includes an assortment of tutorials, videos, animations, and other tools that may be useful in your course. We have described them by type on each tab, and we include information about the audience and length as well as ways they might be used.

For library personnel creating research guides or course guides, the Reusable Boxes tab contains boxes you can directly re-use on your guides. Use these boxes as they are written to a student audience (the boxes on the other tabs are written to a faculty/librarian audience).

Contact Stacey Greenwell or Beth Kraemer if you have suggestions for a tutorial, video, or animation that you think would be useful. In many cases, these can easily be modified and tailored to your needs. We would be happy to create something for you. Special thanks to Lauren Colburn for all her work on this guide.