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This module set will guide you through the initial stages of graduate research, from choosing a research topic to writing a formal literature review.

This module focuses on understanding the main sections and elements you will discover when reading through academic scholarly journal articles.

This interactive lesson offers an engaging experience that delves into the ethical considerations, challenges, and applications of Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI). By participating in this interactive lesson, you can better understand the practical aspects of handling Generative AI responsibly.

This module will explain what copyright rules apply to materials you use and create as a student at the University of Waterloo.

Bibliometric measures are used to express an amount or degree of research or academic output based on subject, institution, journal, author/researcher, and article. This module aims to introduce learners to the different levels of bibliometrics as well as explain how they can be used in the assessment of scholarly impact.

This micromodule teaches you how to use the ViewScan machines to browse, capture, print, and save images from the Library's microfilm collection.

This infographic shows how to download microdata from Odesi, a web retrieval system that provides access to Statistics Canada data collections.

A microlearning module that guides you on reporting access problems when searching within Omni, the Library’s catalogue and Library databases.

An infographic detailing how to use ViewScan machines to easily access and scan images from the Library's microfilm collection.

A Power Point presentation on ORCID, a global non-profit organization that provides Open Researcher and Contributor (ORCID) IDs to researchers.

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