This module presents the structure and content of a typical history journal.
In this module, we will introduce primary, secondary, and tertiary sources, explain the common characteristics of each, and discuss how they might be useful…
This module is an introduction to article searching for Economics Research.
In this lesson you will learn about market research – what it is, and what you're looking for when you conduct it.
Training modules to help create accessible, usable, meaningful, and reliable (AUMR) content.
Worksheet to identify and develop keywords in advance of database searching.…
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.