Library research help goes stress-free with video


UVic Libraries is now offering research help videos, made right here on campus by Abby Pollen, a graduate student in the French department. They’re all two minutes or shorter, designed to address the most common research questions and to promote the many services offered by UVic Libraries. They’re easily searched on YouTube and can be embedded in Moodle or on department web pages. The goal is to make research totally stress-free and easy, so these videos give tips on simplifying everything from keyword searches to interlibrary loans. You can subscribe to UVic Libraries’ YouTube channel, UVicLibraries (all one word), and receive notifications whenever a new video is uploaded, and send in comments or requests any time. This learning resource is made possible through the Humanities Co-op in conjunction with UVic Libraries.

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