Category Archives: information literacy

Thursday Tutorial: Library Extension for Chrome

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The Library Extension plugin searches Worldcat whenever you’re on Amazon to see whether a library near you has the book you’re looking at.

 

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Featured Tutorial: Picking Your Topic IS Research!

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Featured Tutorial: The Bizarre State of Copyright

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Featured Tutorial: Scott’s Stuff – Moving on from Google

“In this episode, I talk about Google and provide a tip for using Google more effectively..or, more to the point, not using Google more effectively.”

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Featured Tutorial: How Search Works

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Featured Tutorial: Scott’s Stuff – Using controlled vocabulary to search

Scott talks about the power of using controlled vocabulary terms for searching.

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Featured Tutorial: Website Evaluation

Listen in as two Ohlone College students discuss how to quickly evaluate web sites — and still have time to get coffee before class.

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