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Research Instruction - Information for Faculty: Tutorials

Credo Information Literacy Tutorials

Credo's Information Literacy–Core is a set of over 90 online videos and tutorials covering information literacy. The tutorials can be embedded into eCampus so that you can track student completion. Please contact Christine Forbes at chforbes@monmouth.edu to add the tutorials to your eCampus course. Librarians can also add these tutorials to a course research guide for self-directed student learning. The videos can also be embedded in your eCampus course, but they are ungraded. 

The tutorials and videos cover a wide range of material. Below is a list of librarian recommendations and links to the comprehensive lists.

Recommended Tutorials

See all available Credo tutorials (these tutorials can track student completion if added to your eCampus course) 

Recommended Videos

Monmouth University Tutorials

The tutorials below were created by librarians at Monmouth University. These tutorials can be added to a course research guide for self-directed student learning or linked to from your eCampus course.

Academic Writer Tutorials

Academic Writer is a tool that provides the resources necessary to learn, research, write, and publish in APA Style, directly from the creators of and experts on APA Style, the American Psychological Association. Below are links to select Academic Writer tutorials. 

JSTOR Research Basics

JSTOR’s Research Basics is a free, self-paced course that helps students learn academic research skills.

Research Basics is not specific to JSTOR, but covers a range of key research skills broadly applicable to academic research. The course consists of three modules with three lessons each, practice quizzes, and assessments for each module. Students can take the self-paced course at school or at home, and will learn about effective searching, evaluating credibility, and properly citing sources.