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Tutorials to help you use the library, do academic level research, and find resources.
Interactive web site lets you look at different parts of a scholarly article so that you can recognize one when you see one, and know how to take it apart for meaning. From North Carolina State University.
A side-by-side comparison of information from books versus journals:
* how each is useful for research in a different way
* how each of them is created differently and has a different kind/level of information
* how to find them