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ILR 260 - Information Literacy Resources: Overview of Guide

What You Can Find In This Guide

This guide provides support for your ILR260 assignments.

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Background Sources: Locate directories, handbooks, and statistical sources
Books & E-Books: Borrow a book from the library, or access e-books and videos from home
Discipline Articles: Identify discipline specific databases
Newspaper Articles Locate regional,national, and international news
Scholarly Articles: Search for academic, peer-reviewed articles
Videos & Images: Locate images in databases for papers
Web Resources: Enhance knowledge of internet searching
APA: Find resources to help cite papers in APA format
MLA: Find resources to help cite papers in MLA format
Plagiarism Find information about plagiarism
More Help Find tutorials, research and writing help, contact information, and more

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