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Learn how to become an effective researcher by watching these video tutorials related to finding scholarly information in the area of public health.
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Savvy Researcher

Explore the following tutorials to learn more about how to become an effective researcher. Save time by learning new search techiques and brush up your searching skills! Pick a tutorial and learn at your own peace.

If you need assistance, stop by room 0226 at the School of Public Health on Wednesdays from 2-3 pm and talk to your Public Health librarian. 

APA Formatting and Style Guide

This presentation is designed to introduce students to the basics of APA citation style. 
(Tutorial created by The Writing Lab & The OWL at Purdue University)

Library Databases vs Search Engines

This tutorial explains the differences between a subscription based library database and a free search engine. It explains when and how to use each. 
(Developed at the Wellington Medical and Health Sciences Library.)

Designing Effective Posters

Learn how to design and publish effective posters. This guide includes sections on design elements, the poster design process, and using software to create posters. 
(Tutorial designed by Robert Ladd, Health Sciences Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill).

      

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