Describes and demonstrates how to get articles through ACU Library databases, Google Scholar, and interlibrary loan. Also describes interlibrary loan for books and book chapters.
Demonstrates how to reduce the number of search results to get more relevant articles and save time in researching.
Describes annotated bibliographies and demonstrates citation tools from the ACU Library
Describes literature reviews and provides a quick orientation to research tools through the ACU Library
General overview of features in EBSCOhost databases and demonstration of how to search and filter (narrow) search results
Researching from off-campus? Log into our online resources with your ACU Google/Gmail credentials. This video shows you how. It also shows you how to get around a common error message.
Gives a quick tour of the ACU Library's website
Describes the basics of researching online through the ACU Library website in the context of LIA102's Christianity and culture assignment.
Orientation to the Credo reference database and its features -- a great starting point for research.
Demonstrates how to search JSTOR and use its features to log in off-campus, narrow or broaden searches, and find JSTOR tutorials.
Demonstrates how to find books, eBooks, and other physical materials in the ACU Library Catalog and describes how to access books even off-campus.
Demonstrates how to search for psychology-related sources through the ACU Library's databases. Discusses kinds of sources and where to find them. Features Credo, the eBook Collection, and PsycINFO.