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Research Skills Tutorial

This is a self-paced, non-credit course that covers research skills, critical thinking, media and internet literacy, and understanding the complexities of the modern information environment (including libraries.)

What You Will Learn

Learning Objectives

At the end of this section you will know:

  • Why citing your information sources is important
  • The consequences of not citing properly
  • When you need to cite an information source
  • How to create both in-text citations and end-of-paper citations
  • Which citation style to use
  • Where to look for directions on how to cite specific kinds of information sources.

Is this tutorial a requirement for your course? Be sure to take the quiz at the end.