Unit 1.2: Finding InformationUnit 1.3: Remote Library LoginUnit 1 Review
Unit 2.2: Searching the CatalogUnit 2 Review
Unit 3.2: Searching Periodical DatabasesUnit 3 Review
Unit 4 Review
Unit 5 Review
Tutorial Survey
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Library Orientation Tutorial   Tags: information literacy, library orientation, library tutorial  

Last Updated: May 29, 2014 URL: http://lib.pstcc.edu/libraryorientation Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Chat is available during library hours. If a librarian is not available, please email us.

 

About the Orientation

This tutorial will explain how to find and evaluate information. You will be shown how to search the Library’s catalog and article databases, as well as how to access items available electronically.  

There are review questions at the end of each unit to help reinforce your understanding.  The graded quiz at the end of the tutorial gives you a chance to practice what you have learned and earn a certificate of completion.  You must complete each unit review to be allowed to take the graded quiz.  There is also a short survey assessing this tutorial.  We value your input and do use survey suggestions when editing the tutorial.

If questions arise at any time during this tutorial, please call, chat, text, or email a librarian.

Note:  This tutorial contains videos from websites outside of Pellissippi.  Some Internet browsers have security settings that will try to block that content.  If a warning appears to notify you that the page contains unencrypted or unsecure content, read carefully and select the option that will allow this content to display.  For example, some versions of Internet Explorer ask, “Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely?”  Selecting “Yes” will hide the video content, but selecting “No” will allow the video content to display.   

 

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