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Using Library Resources: Key Library Accounts and Related Tutorials and Guides
Interlibrary Loan is for requesting articles that the DePaul Library does not have access to. Additionally, the service is also the platform for requesting books from libraries beyond the I-Share institutions. Interlibrary Loan requests take 2 weeks or more to arrive, and typically you can keep them for only 2 weeks (with the possibility of a 2 week renewal at the discretion of the lending library).
Wireless network credentials used by most major universities that allow scholars to access the internet as they travel for research.
Instructions on how to customize your Google Scholar settings for DePaul so that content to which you have access is flagged with "find full text @ DePaul".
Conducting Research: Tutorials and Guides
Literature Reviews: An Overview for Graduate Students
This video created by librarians at North Carolina State University provides a detailed understanding of what a literature review is and the steps involved in the process. Viewing this video will demystify this academic endeavor.
How to Read a Research Article
Rachel Dunifon, a professor at Cornell University, has created a value-added guide which includes descriptions of the data, measures, and methods sections of a research article.
Creating Search Alerts in EBSCOHost
Keep current about trends and developments in your field by setting up search alerts in databases. This video explains how to schedule alerts in EBSCOHost databases including PsycINFO.