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Most Library tutorials are currently available on the Library's YouTube Channel. The tutorials are designed to quickly demonstrate specific features of the Library's resources. 

The Library also has resources available that integrate into D2L. We have two series of tutorial modules that include videos, interactive components, other activities, and quizzes available for faculty and staff to include in any D2L course. You can choose to integrate a whole series, or parts of a series, into your course by contacting the librarians below to help you set up the modules.

Introduction to Information Literacy Modules (currently used in some English 102 courses)
Contact: Diana Shull or Martha Stephenson

  1. Introduction and Pre-Test
  2. Library Virtual Tour
  3. Search Tips
  4. Research@UWW
  5. Library Databases
  6. Anatomy of a Scholarly Article
  7. Annotated Bibliographies
  8. Avoiding Plagiarism
  9. Post-Test

Information Literacy for Undergraduate Research (used in programs such as RAP and URP)
Contact: Ellen Latorraca or Naomi Schemm

  1. Define the Literature Review
  2. Build Background Knowledge
  3. Identify Source Types
  4. Understand the Peer Review Process
  5. Identify Parts of a Research Article
  6. Begin the Search
  7. Manage and Share References
  8. Dig Deeper with Bibliographic Mining
  9. Format Citations Accurately
  10. Plagiarism

The tutorials below are not on YouTube but may be accessed by clicking on the titles.


Andersen Library
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
800 West Main Street
Whitewater, WI 53190-1790

Contact the Library

Circulation Desk: 262-472-5511
Reference Desk: 262-472-1032