These videos provide a variety of quick research tips that will make you a better researcher. Learn how to search the Library through Google Scholar, limit a search to a specific discipline, and more.
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Using Citations to Find Books and Articles
Have a citation, and need to find the full text? Find out how you can search for it. (3:30)
How to Find Charts and Graphs
If you need to find charts or graphs, this tutorial will show you how with instructions and animated GIFs.
How to Find a SWOT Analysis
Learn how to use Library resources to find a company SWOT analysis. (4:25)
Searching for News in Nexis Uni
Use basic search strategies to locate news articles in Nexis Uni. (2:42)
Identify Scholarly vs Popular Articles
Tell the difference between articles authored by a scholar from articles written by a journalist. (2:37)
Reading the Wall Street Journal With a Marketing Eye
This short video will help you use the Wall Street Journal to locate competitive marketing strategies. (3:38)
Accessing Library Materials Through Google Scholar
Learn how to setup Google Scholar to search the Web and the National University Library at the same time. (2:02)
Finding Articles by Discipline or Profession
This short tutorial will help you limit a search to articles by authors in a specific discipline or profession. (2:09)
Using LexisNexis to Find Newspaper Articles
Use basic search strategies to locate newspaper articles in LexisNexis. (1:47)
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