. Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Tutorials: Information Literacy

Students: You may self-register for Library Tutorials in D2L if you would like to get a certificate of completion that you can submit to your instructor.

What Types of Sources Do I Need?

Should I Rethink My Search?

How Do I Give Credit to the Ideas of Others?

Anatomy of a Scholarly Article

Topic Chooser

How Do I Create a Search Strategy?

How Do I Evaluate Online Information?


Mind Mapping for Focusing Your Topic

Step-by-step guides

Tutorials that guide you step-by-step

Need more help? Contact us by chat, text, phone, or email.

Fun quiz!

Cat sitting at a laptop with coffee, ready to start typing
What kind of researcher are you?

Undergrads: take our survey

We would love your feedback!

Experience tutorials in a new way

Take tutorials on your phone with a text-message based mini-course.


Assignments for classroom use
These are assignments that you may want to require in your courses.


Library Tutorials in D2L
In the Discover tab of D2L, search for "library tutorials." Ask your students to self-enroll in the course.

Students who complete tutorials will automatically receive a certificate for each one that they can submit to any course. The certificate is issued when a student receives 80% or higher on the quiz.

A final certificate will be generated when they complete all five of the required tutorials.