Tutorials

The Texas Tech University Writing Center provides one-on-one tutorials to undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff. Tutors are available both onsite and online. The center is located in room 175 of the ENGL/PHIL building.

The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material.

 

EndNote Web is a Web-based tool for managing and citing references in papers and creating bibliographies.

EndNote Web Video Tutorials:

A transcript of the EndNote Web Video Tutorials (pdf) is available.

Part 1: Getting Started | 5:14

 

 

 

Part 2: Searching for Citation for Direct Export to EndNote Web | 6:53

Part 3: Saving as a Text File | 5:49

 

 

 

Part 4: Editing Citations | 5:11

 

Part 5: Bibliography | 3:35

 

 

 

Part 6: Organizing Your EndNote Web | 4:28

 

 

 

Part 7: Cite While You Write | 7:20

How to:

Literature Review: Jon Hufford | 8:56

 

 

 

 

Literature Review: Brian Quinn | 7:08

Research Process:


Getting Started
| 1:13

 


Thesis
| 1:12

 


Find Your Keywords
| 1:03

 


Choosing the Correct Database
| 0:58

 


Personal Librarians
| 0:50

 


Database by Subject
| 1:18

 


Searching a Database
| 0:44

 


Keyword Searching
| 0:44

 


Subject Searching
| 0:48

 


Reference Searching
| 1:01

 


Finding the Article from a Citation
| 1:25

 

Lynda.com

You must use a computer on the Texas Tech campus to access the Lynda.com tutorials. Go to http://library.ttu.edu/lynda to get started. You will need to use your eRaider to log in.