The Andruss Library's 'General Library Research Tutorial' consists of eight modules to help you develop your information-seeking and evaluation skills for your BU courses. The tutorial takes approximately 2 hours and can be completed in several sessions.
Module 1 - Orientation to Andruss Library
Module 2 - Introduction to Types of Information
Module 3 - Searching a Database
Module 4 - Understanding Citations
Module 5 - Using Internet Sources
Module 6 - Evaluating Sources of Information
Module 7 - Information Ethics: Citing Sources and Fair Use
Module 8 - A Search Strategy for Research Papers and Speeches
GLRT Final Quiz - Assess your mastery of the General Library Research Tutorial
Answer the Self-Check questions before beginning a module or taking the General Library Research Tutorial Final (GLRT) Quiz. After you complete the General Library Research Tutorial Final (GLRT) Quiz your score (70% is passing) will be sent to the professor you indicate, as shown below:
The tutorial overall prepares students to --
Adapted from the Go for the Gold Tutorial, with permission from the James Madison University Libraries.
General Library Research Tutorial by Andruss Library is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.