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Accessing Library Resources from Home

Video Tutorials

Navigating Guttman's Library Website

This video will show you how to navigate Guttman's Library website.

How to Access Library Resources Off-Campus

This video will show you how to access the library's resources when you are not on campus.

Using OneSearch to Find Sources on a Topic

This four-minute video explains how to use OneSearch, a library database that lets you find scholarly articles, news and magazine articles, e-books, etc. 

Finding an ebook in OneSearch

This video will help you navigate the discovery tool OneSearch to help you find ebooks on a specific topic.

Evaluate with C.A.R.D.I.O

Six minute video explains how to evaluate information using the CARDIO criteria: Currency, Authority, Relevancy, Depth of Documentation, Information Type, and Objectivity. Use in conjunction with CARDIO handout listed under "Evaluating Sources" in this guide.

What is Fake News?

Three-minute video explains the difference between fake news and legitimate news sources.

Using Opposing Viewpoints

Three-minute video showing users how to access Opposing Viewpoints which has essays, scholarly articles, news, reference materials, overviews, and videos on current event topics.