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…
In this module, you will learn how to find demographic statistics to support your market research.
Infographic detailing three ways to determine if a journal article is peer-reviewed: 1) using a database peer-review feature, 2) checking the journal…
Infographic detailing the peer-review process.
An interactive infographic that identifies core Ebook collections available through the University of Waterloo Library and represents coverage by faculty in…
An infographic that presents step by step options for organizing information used in graduate level literature reviews.
Integrated lessons on reading and understanding journal articles.
This infographic shows how to download microdata from Odesi, a web retrieval system that provides access to Statistics Canada data collections.
An infographic detailing how to use ViewScan machines to easily access and scan images from the Library's microfilm collection.