Tutorials and Lessons (for students)
- Introduction to Research Skills
Interactive tutorial introducing core skills of library research.
- Evaluating Internet Research Sources
Criteria for judging the quality of websites and other published materials.
- Using Primary Sources on the Web
Produced by the American Library Association, this guide defines a primary source, then discusses techniques for locating, evaluating, and using primary sources from the Web.
- How to Recognize and Avoid Plagiarism
Writing with Style (APA and MLA style, that is...)
- Citation style guide
from the Holy Family University library staff.
- Online tutorial
on the basics of APA style, including writing, citation and formatting.
- Sample APA Style paper
from the OWL at Perdue University (a great resource for information on academic writing)
- APA formatting and style guide from the OWL at Perdue
- Printable APA style summary.
- Chicago Style overview.
- MLA Style overview.
Information Literacy Resources and Standards (for faculty)
- Schedule a Library Instruction Session
Use our online form, or call for a consultation with one of our librarians. Please call 267-341-3315 (NEP Library) or 267-341-4010 (Newtown LRC).
- Middle States Guidelines for Information Literacy In the Curriculum
Executive summary of the handbook, Developing Research & Communication Skills: Guidelines for Information Literacy in the Curriculum.
- Information Literacy for Faculty and Administrators
Information for Faculty and Administration from the Association of College and Research Libraries.