Note to instructors: The handbook is intended to be an introduction to library research, exposing students to the concepts and skills necessary to find information using the appropriate tools. It is self-paced and intended to be a resource to which a student can turn for library research methods. Instructors may want to assign or recommend this handbook to students in class. Requires about eight hours to read and do the recommended workshop activities.
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Getting the Most out of CINAHL by Carolyn Dennison
Getting the Most out of PubMed Medline by Carolyn Dennison
Getting the Most out of Web of Science by Sara Rutter
Guide to OneSearch Manoa beta by Gwen Sinclair
Consulation services are provided to instructional faculty interested in integrating library research methods into their own coursework.
Research assistance/consulation by subject