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Library Instruction Survey
ProQuest Research Companion
An intuitive, self-guided product that supports information literacy, writing, and research skills instruction occurring in today's libraries, classrooms, and online learning environments.
What can Touro Libraries do for YOU?
Watch a short video introduction to the many resources and services offered by the Touro Libraries
Before diving into your first research project, make sure you're familiar with the following:
- Off-Campus Access - All electronic resources (databases, ebooks, streaming video) are available to Touro students and faculty from any computer. When off-campus, simply login with your TouroOne credentials.
- QuickSearch - Combined search for all items from the catalog and databases, including ebooks, books, articles, and videos.
- eBooks - Search for eBooks only.
- Catalog - Search the physical collection of the libraries, such as print books, journals and media.
- Databases - Collections of articles from magazines, newspapers, and academic journals. Some cover many topics (multidisciplinary) while others are subject-specific. Some may also include eBooks or video.
- Note: Many databases include citations and abstracts for articles that they do not offer full-text for; to see if the full article is available elsewhere, click on the Article Linker button, or request for free through interlibrary loan (ILL).
- ProQuest Research Companion - PQRC is an online course designed to help you understand and successfully complete college-level research and writing. PQRC includes guidance on choosing a topic, finding information from appropriate materials, selecting evidence, attributing sources, and writing a research-based essay.
- Library Homepage - The main point of entry for all library resources.
- Ask a Librarian! If you need more help.