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Tutorials and Videos on Research

Videos and website tutorials on library resources, research skills and other services.

Cite Source

Self-paced tutorial to learn how to document informatoin, check citation examples and learn about copyright, intellectual property and how the internet shapes informatoin use.

Plagiarism Avoidance

  • The Plagiarism Court: You Be the Judge
    This well-designed, interactive tutorial from Fairfield University provides an overview of plagiarism and its legal and ethical consequences. Most importantly it suggests "notetaking, documentation and writing strategies to help you avoid accidental plagiarism". A quiz section provides an opportunity to check your understanding and to receive feedback on your choices. It is also available in a non-Flash html version.
  • Avoiding Plagiarism
    This interactive tutorial and quiz from Mt. Hood Community College (OR) is a simple introduction to plagiarism and how to cite sources.
  • Avoiding Plagiarism
    Produced by Longman Publishing, this interactive website discusses when to document your sources and provides clear direction and opportunities to practice proper quoting and paraphrasing.

What is Plagiarism?

Begin Your Research at HSU Tutorial

    • Increase your knowledge of the information cycle.
    • Sharpen your ability to locate information required for your assignments.
    • Proceed at your own pace.
    • Login with your HSU ID and Password to recieve credit from your instructor
    • Click the blue button at the bottom left of each section to move forward.
    • Click on a section to begin.

      module titles of tutorial series

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        Section 5: Make Citations 

        Discover why accurate citations are important and identify information required for any citation style.

        Average Time: 9 minutes