Library:Library Tutorials

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This page contains a list of Library tutorials in all formats (e.g. video, print, textual, etc.) and subject areas, with links to their original location or platform of creation. All tutorials regardless of format and platform have also been added to UBC's LibGuides systems as 'placeholder' guides and tagged appropriately; LibGuides API utility is then used in order to pull the content into the appropriate section(s) of the UBC Library Tutorials portal.

The purpose of this portal is to provide researchers a list of library tutorials on a particular concept (e.g. Evaluating Information Sources) or subject area. This website excludes research guides which assist researchers in finding resources on a particular subject (e.g. Anthropology, Biology, etc.).

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Basic

Basic tutorials cover overviews of library topics and tools including: using the library website, summon and accessing resources from home.

Library Website


Summon & General Search
Research Skills
Other

Advanced

Advanced tutorials cover more complex research skills and features of library tools including: using the Library catalogue and developing literature reviews.

Summon & General Search


Advanced Research Skills
Other

Subject Specific

Subject specific tutorial cover research process and tools designed for a specific subject area including: Education, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences

Humanities and Social Sciences
Asian Studies
Natural Sciences
Medical Sciences

Resource Type

Resource type tutorials illustrate how to access and use specific library materials including: books, articles, primary sources,citation management and audiovisual material.

Books
Articles
Primary Sources
Citation Management Tools