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Welcome to McFarlin Library's Tutorial Page. The tutorials cover a variety of research skills which will be useful to you in your university classes. They are developed to allow you to learn on your own, at your convenience and at your own pace.
Scholarly vs Popular
This guide will help you understand how to identify and tell the difference between popular and scholarly articles.
Zotero is a software package that will help you manage citations from journal articles, books, personal notes, etc during the writing process.
Which tool should I use to find information?
This chart helps to decide which information resource will be the best choice to find information about your topic.
The Information Cycle
To develop an effective research strategy and choose the most useful tools, it's best to identify what source types are most relevant to your needs.
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