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Videos for Understanding Information and Research
The Information Cycle (opens in new window)
Created by Portland State University Library, this video talks about different types of information and how information changes over time.
Visuwords (opens in new window)
Visuwords is a web-based visual dictionary and thesaurus tool. Search for words to look up their meanings and associations with other words in a visual diagram.
Peer Review in 3 Minutes Video
The following video explains the peer review process.
North Carolina State University. (2014, May 1). Peer Review in 3 Minutes. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/rOCQZ7QnoN0
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Boolean Searching Basics Video
The following video explains boolean searching, or how to use the common operators "AND," "OR" and "NOT" to limit your searches within library databases.
Cushion, K. (2011, July 7). Boolean Searching Basics. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/jMV7X3W_beg
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