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Library Research Tools Tutorial Videos

The following 10 video tutorials/1 Powerpoint pdf  are being updated for Dr. Thigpen's BC-498 Graduate Research and Writing course, for the spring 2021 classes using Panopto.  As patrons, students, or faculty, if you need help with any of the tutorials please contact the library staff via email at or call us at 602-429-4971 (Doug Olbert)/4972 (Jim Santeford).

For help with Panopto, please see the Panopto section at PS Online Student Support.


Video 1: Library Orientation (updated 5/12/21)

Video 2: Library Web Page and Key Links (updated 5/12/21)

Video 3: Library Online Catalog - OPALS (updated 5/13/21)

Video 4: WorldCat Worldwide Research Database (updated 5/13/21)

Video 5: Google Books, Google Scholar, Google Translate & Google Theological Journals (updated 9/16/20)

Video 6: ATLA Religion & Serials Database (updated 9/16/20)

Video 7:  PsycArticles and Wiley Databases for Counseling Students (updated 10/5/2021) 

Instructional PDF: Firefox and Zotero Spring 2021

Video 8: AZ State Library Database: Opposing Viewpoints & Academic OneFile (updated 9/23/2020)

Video 9: Plagiarism Discussion (updated 9/23/2020)

Video 10: Zotero Citation & Bibliographic Tool (updated 9/23/2020)


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