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The Statistics Learning Center provides support for learning and teaching statistics in various settings and media. Materials materials are correct and based on current research on how statistics is best taught and learnt. Provided: Over 30 teaching videos related to statistics and Excel. Closed captioned.
How to Read Research Literature | Text & Video Tutorials
Reading research literature is an acquired skill. Different people approach it in different ways. Below are text-based and video tutorials that present different ways of mastering the content of scholarly research.
Tim Lockman, Reference Librarian at the Kishwaukee College Library (Malta, IL) reviews how to recognize the structure of scholarly articles in order to use them most effectively in your research projects.
Description: "A SuperQuick guideline to reading and analyzing academic research, especially designed for those who will be reading outside their field of expertise." Presented by Dr. James Russell III of Texas Tech University. (Dr. Russell speaks very quickly, but the content is worth taking the time to listen to.)