Last Updated: Dec 5, 2012
To learn the basics of searching EBSCO Host databases, try these tutorials for both general and subject specific databases.
Summer Hours: 8:00am-4:00pm
- LILO - Learning Information Literacy Online
LILO is a tutorial used throughout the UH System. It is designed to help students develop college level research skills in 6 interactive modules:
1. The Research Process
2. Understanding Your Assignment
3. Topic Selection
4. Conducting Information Searches
5. Evaluating your Results
6. Integrating Information Sources into your Paper & Citing Sources
- Evaluating Information - Applying the CRAAP Test
From California State University, Chico.
Offers evaluation criteria to check information sources for:
Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, Purpose
- Hawaii Voyager: Step by Step Tutorial to Find Books
For more in-depth practice in searching the UH Voyager online catalog, try this tutorial from Windward Community College.
- Evaluating Information Found on the Internet
From Johns Hopkins University, this guide provides an in-depth examination of evaluation criteria.
- Research and Documentation Online
Very useful information for finding, evaluating and citing information by subject or academic discipline: art, literature, philosophy, religion, world history, American history, anthropology, psychology, sociology, biology, physics, nursing, business, and many more.
- Literature Reviews
How to write a literature review from the University of North Carolina.
- What Makes a Good Literature Paper
From OWL (the Online Writing Lab) at Purdue University.