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Tutorials for First-Year Seminar Students
Introduction to Library Resources/First-Year Seminar Tutorial
This tutorial is a requirement of the FYS classes and serves as an introduction to library services and research skills. Areas covered include: search strategies; the online catalog; and journal and research databases.
Note: Use in Firefox or Chrome.


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Tutorials for Graduate Studies Students
Introduction to Library Resources for Graduate Studies at Emmanuel College
This tutorial was developed by the Emmanuel College Library Reference staff as an introduction to library services and adapted for the Graduate Studies program. Areas covered include: search strategies;  the online catalog; and journal and research databases. If you are a Faculty member and wish to use an accompanying assignment, customized for Personal and Professional Leadership, MSM9011 and HRM9011, please contact the Library and we will provide one.


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Tutorials for Nursing Students
Introduction to Library Resources for Emmanuel College BSN Program Restricted Resource
This tutorial was developed by the Library Staff for students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. Areas covered include: search strategies;  the online catalog; and article databases. This tutorial can be used with an accompanying assignment customized for NURS3101, Concepts of Professional Practice.
Note: Guest/Non-Emmanuel user access

Library Resources for the Emmanuel College MSN Program
This tutorial was developed by the Library Staff for students in the Master of Science in Nursing program.  Areas covered include: graduate-level research; search strategies; the online catalog; and journal and research databases for nursing. 


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Writing Resources Tutorials
Basics of APA style
Resource Type: Web Site; Tutorial
Based on the sixth edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. American Psychological Association (APA).

Academic Integrity and Plagiarism
This module discusses the importance of academic integrity and best practices to avoid plagiarism.
Academic Integrity and Plagiarism (PDF-Go to: http://www.Adobe.com and click on “Get Adobe Reader”.  This pdf requires minimum version 9 of Adobe Acrobat Reader.) After opening, scroll down and click play button. Funded by a Library Services and Technology Act Grant from the Institute of Museum & Library Services, administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.



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