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Library Tutorials

This guide is made up of videos on how to conduct research using the library's resources, including how to use Search@UW, searching in subject-specific databases, and research tips

How to Find and Access eBooks

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Can you access eBooks while off campus?
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Requesting Library Materials as a Distance Learner

Note: this video is only for distance learners. Students with classes on campus may come to the library in person to access materials and can watch this video: How to Request Materials from Other Libraries. For questions or concerns please contact circulation@uwrf.edu.

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Do you need to request electronic items that say "online access"?
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Databases A-Z

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True or false? When you first start out with your research you should start with Search@UW
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