Information Literacy Tutorials

These interactive online tutorials help students successfully utilize library resources and understand information literacy concepts. Each tutorial takes about 10-15 minutes to complete. Questions? Contact Learning & Information Literacy Librarian, Grace Kaletski-Maisel at [email protected].

 

1. Introducing the Research Librarians

After completing this tutorial, students will be able to identify Stetson’s research librarians. Students will be able to articulate the research services provided at the duPont-Ball Library.

2. Identifying Credible Sources

This tutorial will discuss what it means for a source to be credible, how to evaluate a source for credibility, and why you should use credible sources.

3. Finding Items with OneSearch

This tutorial will introduce students to OneSearch, the library’s discovery tool. Students will learn how OneSearch allows users to search a variety of items including books, articles, journals, and multimedia.  

4. Locating, Renewing, and Returning Items

Learn to use OneSearch to find ebooks and articles online, to find books and other items in the library, and how and where to borrow, renew, and return items.

5. Exploring Library Spaces

This tutorial will introduce you to library spaces including group study areas, outdoor study areas, and quiet study areas.

6. Exploring Library Services 

This  online scavenger hunt will help you become familiar with the services, resources, and research help provided by the duPont-Ball Library.

7. Avoiding Plagiarism and Citing Sources

After completing this tutorial, you will be able to define the concept of plagiarism, identify examples of plagiarism, and enact strategies for avoiding plagiarism.

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