Below is a list of WebCampus library modules you can upload from the Canvas Commons into your courses.
An overview of the American Medical Association (AMA) citation style. AMA style is a set of rules and guidelines that create a uniform standard for medical and scientific publishing.
An overview of PubMed, a database containing over 30 million citations from the biomedical literature and an important health sciences resource.
An introduction to APA reference entries and in-text citation formatting.
Brief introduction to the elements and formatting of Chicago-style citations with an emphasis on the notes and bibliography system.
An introduction to citation searching, which involves using citations as a starting point for literature searches rather than keywords.
An overview on how to evaluate different sources.
An overview of STEM articles including identifying different sections and comparing scholarly and non-scholarly articles.
An overview of misinformation and disinformation and how to quickly evaluate online information.
How to find a topic for a research paper or project.
How to search for books, request items from MARS, and use the library of congress classification system.
How to find specific articles and journals using Library Search and the Journals Search.
An overview of different types of research materials and what they offer.
How to find news articles using advanced search features.
An overview of the peer review process and how to locate peer-reviewed journal articles
How to generate a research question based on specific criteria.
An overview of copyright aimed at undergraduate students.
An overview of copyright aimed at graduate students.
An overview of the common problems with accidental plagiarism using APA citation style.
An overview of the common problems with accidental plagiarism using MLA citation style.
An introduction to MLA citations and in-text citation formatting.
An overview of different parts of a scholarly article and examples for note-taking strategies.
Learn the basics of research data management as well as where you can find help at the University of Nevada, Reno.
An overview of search tips for searching Library Search and library databases.
How to effectively search the multi-disciplinary database, JSTOR.
An overview of primary sources including how to find them in Library Search and the library databases.
An introduction to Google Scholar and its search features.
How to develop and select keywords used in Library Search and library databases.
An overview of how to use Library Search.
An overview of strategies that you can use to write an annotated bibliography.