Introduction to formatting a paper, creating in-text citations, and documenting sources using MLA citation style. It also provides the purposes of using MLA.
o What is DM? 0:02:23 (data management defined, library involvement, and data management plans)
o What is data sharing? 0:08:13 (data sharing defined, why share data, challenges in data sharing, responses to challenges)
- What is DM? 0:07:20 (data and data management defined, diversity of data and its purposes)
- Why are Libraries Involved? 0:28:39 (rationale of library participation, 7 drivers of data management, where the library steps in)
- How is Data Management Done?
A 30-minute introduction to CINAHL, PubMed, and other health science information sources such as government and organizational sites. Recommended for nursing, interdisciplinary health science, health administration, and related majors.
Librarian Lauri Rebar introduces the purpose of APA style (6th edition) and its use in college and research settings. Bias in language, active voice, and writing conventions are covered.
Librarian Lauri Rebar will demonstrate how to cite commonly used sources such as books, journals, and web pages, and also explains in-text citations and ways to include them in a paper using APA style format (6th edition).
Use folders, cite, and other tools to keep, share, or save items found in OneSearch.
This video shows how "Refine Results" can be used to find the information you need and save time in finding it.
Use OneSearch to find books, journal articles, newspapers, streaming video, and more in the FAU Library.
Fifty-minute workshop webinar: introduction to information sources such as journals, books, and other information sources used in Psychology and related fields.