We have a variety of instructional videos designed for students at every level. All our videos are brief (less than 5 minutes) and closed captioned.
This suite of four videos is meant for first-year students or those new to college-level research. Topics include keywords, popular vs. scholarly, the Deep Web, and how to use Multi-Search.
This suite of three videos is ideal for juniors or seniors. Topics include peer-review, what “The Literature” is, and some search tricks (phrases and truncation).
This suite of three videos is meant for upper-division or graduate students already comfortable with research basics. Topics include advanced database searching, information economics, and open access.
- Choosing a Manageable Research Topic
- Choosing and Using Keywords
- What is “The Literature”?
- Using Multi-Search to Get Articles, Books, and More
- PsycINFO Tutorial
Demonstrates how to do basic and advanced searches in the PsycINFO database.
Find all of our tutorial videos at Pfau Library’s YouTube Channel.