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Research Help Available on Library Website

Grad students – this blog is for you! Did you know the University Libraries has a webpage for tutorials and even more pointers on getting your research going? Check out the UA Libraries' User Education Homepage .

Tutorials are a great way to learn more about making the most of your research. Librarians have created interactive tutorials on virtual library tours, plagiarism and even web design. Best of all, you can take them on your own time wherever you’d like. These simple tutorials might be just what you need to ace your next research assignment.

Iguides offer online tips on doing internet research with some in-depth descriptions of some helpful websites, such as Ask.com. The Internet is a wonderful source of information, but as you might know, finding valuable information is tricky. Let this page help you make the most of internet research.

Also on this page are resources to help you cite works in your paper, get through the research process and find more information information on miscellaneous topics, such as speeches, literary criticism and grant information.

Finally, you should know that Dewey Library has their research guides in criminal justice and social welfare online. You can access these electronic handouts at the Dewey Graduate Library Handouts page found on the workshops page.

Feel free to visit any of these links and see how they can help your next project.

Blog post created by Jill Parsons