What Are Tutorials?
Tutorials are self-paced lessons combining text, images, and video which show you concepts about library research. Tutorials may be:
- general, as in a tutorial about search strategies, or
- specific, as in a tutorial on how to complete a course assignment
The tutorials in this library guide were created by both LSSC librarians and database vendors. Therefore, some tutorials may not be specific to LSSC.
Click on any of the links below or the tabs above to access the tutorials.
What Do These Terms Mean?
Here is a glossary of terms you will find in this guide:
database: a collection of searchable electronic records. Library databases can include information from books, magazines and journals, images, and audio or video files.
MLA Style: guidelines used in the humanities for documenting the use of information. Published by the Modern Language Association.
vendor: a person or company offering something for sale or lease. Database vendors allow libraries access to their product for a fee.