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Remote Library Instruction for Spring 2021

Recommended Asynchronous Content for Building Research Skills

LAVC librarians have curated a selection of videos, websites and tutorials organized around the following learning objectives: 

Please feel free to copy and paste any of the links on this page to share these with your students. 

Not sure how to copy and paste a link? Find instructions on how to copy links here.

As noted below, some of this content requires a library login to access.

Not sure how that works? Find instructions on how to login to library resources here.

Learning Objective: Explore possible topics through background research

As noted below, some of this content requires a library login to access. Not sure how that works? Find instructions here.

Learning Objective: Choose appropriate keywords to thoughtfully and thoroughly research a topic

As noted below, some of this content requires a library login to access. Not sure how that works? Find instructions here.

Learning Objective: Distinguish among different information types (e.g. scholarly journals vs. magazines)

Learning Objective: Identify and locate resources most relevant to a class research assignment

Learning Objective: Academic integrity (e.g. avoiding plagiarism, citing and documenting sources in MLA or APA style)

As noted below, some of this content requires a library login to access. Not sure how that works? Find instructions here.

How to Share Links

You can share any of the resources on this page with your students just by copying the links provided on this online guide. Here's how:

On a Mac

  1. press the "control" key and use your mouse to click on the link
  2. in the menu that appears select "Copy Link Address" to copy the link
  3. Now you can paste the link into a word document, email, or canvas announcement

On a PC

  1. Use the right mouse button to click the link
  2. in the menu that appears select "Copy Link Address" to copy the link
  3. Now you can paste the link into a word document, email, or canvas announcement
 
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