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General Library Resources:


Your Library:Access to everything library related.

Research Guides: We've selected the best resources for your area and compiled them into guides specific to a course, subject, or department.

Your databases: Links to all of our databases for scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers, art images, and more.

Your catalog: Search books, eBooks, articles, media, and more.

Ask us a question: By chat, email, text, or phone. Of course if you're here on campus, you can ask us a question in person, too.



Tutorials and Videos:

Watch, interact, and learn. These are made by CU librarians to help you succeed and ace your assignments.

Research

How to find peer reviewed articles: A tutorial in 2 minutes.

How to find peer reviewed Education articles: A tutorial in 3 minutes specifically made for Education students.

How to find primary research Education articles: A 4 minute tutorial for finding primary research articles for the Masters of Education literature review and theses projects.

How to find a specific article: A tutorial in 2 minutes for when you know the title of a specific article and need to find free access from the library.

Scholarly sources: A Prezi tutorial that defines scholarly sources, provides tips for how to find them, and compares them to popular and trade sources.

How to navigate the library website: An interactive tutorial that explains the most important features, including the databases and the catalog.

Finding full text with the Get Article button: A tutorial in 2 minutes that explains finding full text with the Get Article button and interlibrary loan.

Using the catalog to find eBooks and full text articles: A 2 minute demonstration.

Using Google Scholar to find articles in the Concordia Library: A tutorial in 2 minutes that demonstrates how to change your settings in Scholar to link to full text from the library.

Evaluating Sources: What's the right source for your topic? What sources are better than others? This quick tutorial explains how to evaluate sources.

Revising a Search: Not enough results? Too many? Learn how to fix your searches and put the databases to work for you. This interactive tutorial takes about 5 minutes to complete.

Welcome to the Concordia MEd Online Library: A quick tour of the research guide for Masters of Education students.

Finding and using permalinks: A collection of 16 videos for finding permalinks (permanent links) in databases so you can easily access and share links to specific articles you've selected.

Understanding plagiarism: An interactive tutorial that explains plagiarism and discusses ways to avoid plagiarism.


APA Style

APA 101 with knowledge check and certificate of completion: This tutorial covers the basics of paper formatting, references, citations, and the specifics of APA style expected in MEd assignments. A certificate of completion can be printed out after finishing the tutorial.

APA 101: This tutorial covers the basics of paper formatting, references, citations, and the specifics of APA style expected in MEd assignments. It's the same as the tutorial above, but with no knowledge check or certificate options.

Formatting a paper in APA style: A quick, interactive video that helps you format your paper in correct APA style.

How to find a DOI: a tutorial in 2 minutes

Book References:

Article References

Web Page References

Video References

In-text Citations

Adding a running head and page numbers: A quick how-to video.

Adding a hanging indent: A one minute video that demonstrates how to create a hanging indent for your References page.