If you are working on the Will.Power Library module, do not use the following links (they don't have quizzes!). Instead, click here to access the tutorials and quizzes! These short tutorials are a great way to get quick answers about the library and the services we offer. These can also be found on our Youtube channel: ChengLibrary! If you have an idea for a new tutorial, or are having difficulty with any of our existing ones, please contact Tony Joachim (973-720-3665). RefWorks Tutorials Channel (YouTube) Check the RefWorks YouTube Channel for a range of instructional lessons. Still have questions or need one-on-one support? Schedule a Research Consultation with a librarian. Finding Peer Reviewed Articles @ The Cheng Library Locating peer reviewed articles is easy from the Library homepage. Many of our databases are able to quickly highlight these items with a simple click of your mouse! Learn more with this short video. Renew Books Online @ The Cheng Library Do you need to keep a book a little longer? Or are your books about to become due? Renewing your books online is easy from the Library website! Finding Streaming Videos @ The Cheng Library Find out how to locate and view streaming videos using our Books & Media search! Hold for Pick Up @ The Cheng Library Find out more about how we can help you to get books from the shelves with our Hold for Pick Up service. Easily place requests online to have books set aside for you! Scholarly/Popular @ The Cheng Library Learn the differences between scholarly and popular articles, and the peer review process! Will.Power: The Research Process Explore the Research Process in this interactive, self-paced lesson designed for Will.Power! Be sure to use your WP email address to get started, and you'll get a confirmation email to share with your instructor when you're finished! Does the Library Have My Textbook? Find out how to check the Cheng Library's Course Reserves collection for books and other materials on your class syllabi! Parts of a Research Article @ The Cheng Library Learn how to identify research studies for your academic work by looking at the distinct sections of a research article. eBooks @ The Cheng Library Learn about our ever-growing collection of eBooks. Search & Refine: The Library and Academic Success Find out about the Library's Search All, including tips for searching our many online resources. Evaluating Websites @ The Cheng Library Learn the basics of website evaluation, using the CRAAP method! Everything You Wanted to Know About Printing in the Cheng Library Find out how to use the University's cloud-based print system with the Cheng Library's SIX printers! Avoiding Plagiarism @ WPU Learn about plagiarism and how it can be easily avoided, in this short video! Keywords: A Quick Guide @ The Cheng Library Sometimes finding the right articles and resources for your class projects isn't as easy as it should be. The problem might be with the keywords you're using! Check out this quick introduction to finding the right search terms for your research! Assignment Calculator Need help planning your research project? This resource will provide you with deadlines and step-by-step instructions for completing your research on time! Interlibrary Loan & Article Copy Service @ The Cheng Library This short overview will explain the ins and outs of these two related services, and walk you through the process of submitting requests. Using Citations to Find Specific Articles @ The Cheng Library Ever had an article that your professor put on the syllabus that you couldn't find? Or, found some great research when reading a book, but didn't know where to look to get the full text? This short tutorial will walk you through the steps for tracking those citations and getting the whole article! Finding Articles in a Specific Source @ The Cheng Library Some assignments ask that you only use certain sources (newspapers, magazines, journals, etc.), like the New York Times or Journal of Marriage and Family. This short demonstration will show you how! PsycINFO Tutorials This series of short tutorials will introduce the PsycINFO database and show you the ins-and-outs of searching, narrowing your results, and finding full-text articles for your psychology research!