Below you will find comprehensive, in-depth tutorials concerning a wide array of topics. The tutorials are in a range of formats from downloadable PDFs to online interactive formats. Many of the following resources link to publicly accessible internet sites that are consistent with OGS standards and are recommended. The OGS student is strongly encouraged to remediate their skill development needs for graduate work by taking the Information Literacy Self-Assessment (download) and accessing the appropriate tutorials and helps.

Computer Basics Useful Software Info Literacy 1:
Identify Info Need
Info Literacy 3:
Manage/Evaluate Info
Computer Basics Microsoft Office Information Literacy
in Higher Education
What is Reference
Management Software?
Windows 10 Google Apps
for Education
Research Process Reference Management
Software Compared
E-Mail Basics Dropbox From Questions
to Key Words
What is Zotero?
Organize OGS
Work on Computer
VSee (Like Skype) Key Word Searching Zotero Training
for OGS
Manage Bookmarks MS Word Review/
Track Changes
Research Summary/
Key Word Notesheet
Developmental Readings
Internet Basics OGS Website Info Literacy 2:
Finding Good Info
Info Literacy 4:
Using Info Effectively
Internet 101 DIAL OGS Library Course
Reserves Book Lists
Academic Writing
Internet Safety Visual Rhetoric Database Researching APA Quick Reference
Diigo (Keeps
same Bookmarks
on all devices)
Bodleian Library Library of Congress
Subject Headings
APA Guide
Google Chrome Library of Congress
Online Catalog
Advanced Google
Fair Use, Paraphrase,
and Plagiarism
Social Media OGS Academic Journal Evaluating Sources
Students Library Calendars Give