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See TABS in ALL CAPs above for three more resource pages. For other support, see contact details at far right for CIT/CGT resource specialist Randall Halversoni.  

 

Remote access to resources

To access library resources from off-campus:

1. Establish a VPN link; see page The basics of VPN at IU. The UITS technology Support Center can assist.

2. Then access a resource that you are interested in

OR:

1. Use a "library" link each time you need to access a resource.

2. Library links include proxy server code to "authenticate": log in to the library's server via an IU pop-up window, and use the resource.

 

Videos on Research Concepts

Basics of APA Style (Use link "view the tutorial"; on a PC, use the vertical slider bar at the right to browse topics)

Coastal Carolina University Instructional Videos**: (humorous and short; last 3 minutes):

Suggested videos:
Linked 4th from top left: "Why Citing is Important"
Linked at top right: "What is a Scholarly Article?"
Linked 2nd from top right: "Scholarly versus Popular" articles
Linked 4th from top right: "How to Locate Scholarly Articles"    

 **Technical note: The Coastal Carolina tutorials generally download and run automatically. If not, try a different Internet browser.   

Resource/research Support

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Randall Halverson
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274-3668; UL 2140C. I'm happy to support your classwork or research. Use Oncourse messages, checking "send copy to email"), or voicemail to leave a question or times you could meet. For S'14, I'm at "Ask a librarian" chat help most Wednesdays 11am-1pm.
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