Whether you have some knowledge of research and writing, or you have never done either before, this is the place for you! Watch these tutorials for information on how to structure a paper, find sources, avoid plagiarism, and much more.
These tutorials may best benefit middle school and high school aged students. They are previously recorded classes that were given live online.
Meet Your Instructors:
"So You Want to Write a Research Paper..."
Deciding on a research topic; narrowing your focus; and drafting a research plan
"Fantastic Resources and Where to Find Them"
Finding solid resources; and assessing resources, including analyzing author's credentials and biases.
"The Art of Using YOUR Words"
Discussing plagiarism and academic honesty; and keeping up with your sources and citing them.
"Resource Librarians and the Mystique of Local History"
Introduction to the library's resources and other online databases for local history research.
"Like a PB&J, We're Putting It Together"
Structuring a paper; pulling your research together; and Q&A.