Video Tutorials

If you need a quick point in the right direction, then you’re in the right place.  No need to book an appointment or wait for an email reply.  Learn at your own pace with our selection of mini video tutorials (2-3mins) covering library resources and search strategies.

What's an Annotated Bibliography?

What are "Scholarly" Sources?

What are Primary & Secondary Sources

What does "Peer Review" Mean?

What's a Search Strategy?

Evaluating Sources with RADAR

Digital Learning Hub

Want to take your learning a little further? Visit the Library’s Digital Learning Hub to work through a sequence of activities and take your library research to the next level.


Lessons generally focus on one particular topic. Lessons include a short video (around 3 minutes) followed by an activity to test your understanding. Lessons are meant to be quick primers on a subject.


Paths are a collection of lessons specifically arranged to give you a more in-depth understanding of how to conduct research in a university setting. Paths include several videos followed by activities that test your understanding.