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Number of items: 8.

A beginner's guide to referencing books based on the Harvard system
An interactive tutorial on how to reference books correctly. It begins with an example, and interactively draws the student through the stages of accessing the relevant information through to how to include the final citation in the bibliography. It concludes with a ‘test your knowledge’ set of activities. When you view this object note that the panel on the left generated by the repository can be dragged sideways to view the learning object full screen.

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Anatomy of a medical journal article
This tutorial reviews the common elements that all journal articles contain (abstract, methods, etc.) and what can be learned from each element. In addition, the tutorial distinguishes between scholarly journal articles and other publications. The Health Education Assets Library (HEAL) is a digital library that provides freely accessible digital teaching resources of the highest quality that meet the needs of today's health sciences educators and learners.

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Intellectual Literacy Hour
This is a Guardian article abut the JISC commissioned report: Information behaviour of the researcher of the future. UCL 2008 http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/documents/programmes/reppres/gg_final_keynote_11012008.pdf

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Learn, discover, develop and create: University of Southampton guide to research
The University of Southampton guide to research has been composed by the University’s academic librarians and is a gateway to resources listed by academic subject.

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Library Guide: Searching Databases - Hints & Tips
Detailed guide to searching bibliographic databases for journal articles. This is a generic guide, useful for any subject.

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Library Guide: improving your search & Search Planner
A search planner to help structure a search (for journal articles in bibliographic databases). Also includes hints and tips on improving your search. This is a generic guide, useful for any subject.

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Quality and relevance of literature sources
A presentation by Debra Morris, Library to support students in understanding the need to use high quality and relevant literature sources in their academic work. The item includes a case study on Wikipedia.

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The Webcat and other library resources
This presentation was used early in semester 1 2010-11 to introduce History first year student to the library catalogue (Webcat) and a range of other library resources

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