Using an Interactive Tutorial to Teach Students How to Conduct Evidence-Based Research

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In today’s Google Search world, many students are used to simply typing a question into their browser and looking at whatever pops up on the screen. As a result, they struggle with finding good resources through their library databases. Refining a search and discerning which resources best apply to their topic is often foreign to students. They also struggle with reading academic articles.

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