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GCU Library Introduction
The tour will walk students through the features of the GCU Library, utilizing the databases and much more.
GCU Library Business Resources
GCU Librarians will walk students through searching the main library business resources, including how to locate articles in Business Source Complete, locate company profiles, conduct industry research, and much more!
GCU Library CWV 101
GCU Librarians will walk students through the features of the library, demonstrate how to create effective search strategies, locate peer reviewed articles, encyclopedias, books and capture citation information.
GCU Library Doctoral Research
The tour will walk students through the essential doctoral research resources, including databases, electronic books, dissertations, RefWorks, and more.
GCU Library Education Resources
The tour will walk students through searching the main education resources, including Education Research Complete, ERIC, ProQuest Education, and more!
GCU Library Nursing and Health Sciences Resources
The tour will walk students through searching the main Library nursing resources, including how to locate research articles in the CINAHL database (Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature), and much more!
GCU Library RefWorks
The tour will walk students through using RefWorks to manage citations and create bibliographies. Students will learn how to create an account, export from the Library databases, and manually create citations.
GCU Library Theology Resources
GCU Librarians will walk students through searching the main library theology resources, locating commentaries, accessing biblical lexicons and biblical or theological dictionaries, and citing using the Turabian Style, and much more!
GCU Library Webinar for Faculty
The tour will walk faculty through the features of the GCU Library and review the resources and help available for faculty and students.
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