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Learn about all the ways the library can support your research, even if you never set foot on campus. You'll learn about finding articles and ebooks, using library research guides, interlibrary loan, library tutorials, and how to get help when you're not on campus.
We all agree that we want accurate and trustworthy information, but how do you know which sources to believe? What clues suggest that information might be "fake"? How do evidence and opinion feature into the reliability of sources? Are scholarly sources always better? These are some of the questions we will discuss in this webinar.
In this tutorial you will learn:
- the basics of literary criticism research,
- which library databases are available for literary research, and
- how to create effective search strategies in these databases.