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16 resources tagged articles

This tutorial teaches students the elements of a citation, the first step to be able to cite appropriately. It also teaches them to find an article from a citation.

An online guide to find film reviews and criticism using UT databases and freely available websites.

This is step-by-step tutorial to teaches students to brainstorm keywords, choose, and search an article database.

This guide teaches students how to use Google Scholar to connect to library resources.

Students find a popular and scholarly article on a topic related to the class, briefly summarize the articles and describe how they differ. They can also be asked to keep a research log about how they found the articles.

This resource supports instructors to teach their students to find and evaluate viewpoint articles on different sides of a controversy. It includes some suggested databases, classroom exercises for three different classroom scenarios and a worksheet.

This tutorial, created by the Purdue University Libraries, teaches students how to read a scientific paper and explains the anatomy of a scholarly research paper. A Blackboard test package is available as an assessment tool for this tutorial.

This resource supports instructors to teach their students how to find and evaluate articles. It includes exercises for three different classroom technology scenarios.

This assignment asks students to find a peer reviewed article relate to a course assignment or course material and evaluate it.

This assignment teaches students how to find an article by brainstorming keywords, choosing a database, constructing a search, and citing the article.


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