This guide is primarily for School of Health and Rehabilitation Science undergraduate students and graduate students who require basic assistance with library resources.
Graduate students who need more advanced research assistance, such as a literature review for a thesis or dissertation, are asked to please contact Rick Ralston [ email@example.com (317) 274-1409 ] at the Ruth Lilly Medical Library. You may also wish to consult the Graduate Research Guide.
- SHRS W270 Global Rehabilitation and Health
- SHRS W420 Proposal Writing for Community-Based Rehabilitation Programs
Access to Library Online Resources
- Use the links on the library's website or this research guide each time you first access a resource. These links are specially coded to recognize you as an authorized IUPUI user.
- You will be asked to log in (authenticate) using your IUPUI username and passphrase. You will then be taken to the library resource.
- Connect using the university's VPN (Virtual Private Network). Instructions are here: http://kb.iu.edu/data/aygt.html.
University Library's tutorials work best in Internet Explorer. In Safari or Chrome, look for a small icon in the upper right to open file via Adobe Reader. Mac users should download tutorials before viewing.
- Discovering Resources (8 min)
- Popular or Scholarly? (6 min)
- Avoiding Plagiarism (2.5 min)
- Citing Sources (1.5 min)
Also try: Kimbel Library Instructional Videos from Coastal Carolina University (3 min).
Write & Cite
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed.
A print copy is in REFERENCE under call number BF76.7. P83 2010. See examples of citations.
Visit this guide for help with using Endnote to manage your citations.
Use this guide if you prefer to manage citations using Zotero.
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