Tools

Need help using a database? Or getting started with your library research? Or troubleshooting some computer issues? The resources on this page can help! Help is available as a PDF , a video , or a podcast .  Just click on the icon after the resource name.

Database Help
Got A Moment 
Library Skills
Troubleshooting 
Information Literacy

If you want additional one-on-one assistance, contact us.

For descriptions of these databases, click databases.

Database Help

ABI/INFORM Global  

  • How to use ABI/Inform
  • How to Access ABI/Inform Global for Business and Management Classes 
  • How to find the current issue of Wall Street Journal

Biography Reference Center

Books 24x7

Britannica Online

  • How to access Google with Britannica Online 
  • Business Plans Handbook 

    CINAHL

    Credo Reference 

    • Using the Concept Map
    • Finding a Book
    • Using Advanced Search
    • Using Keyword Search

    EBooks

    • EBook Capabilities
    • Mobile Access to Ebooks

    eBrary

    • ebrary Online Reader
    • How to use eBrary

    EBSCO (all databases) 

    • Basic Search
    • Business Searching Interface
    • Creating a MyEBSCOhost account
    • Creating a MyEBSCOhost folder
    • eBooks by EBSCOhost
    • How to use Onesearch Discovery Search Box
    • How to find a Known Article
    • How to Access the Chronicle of Higher Education
    • How to Access Harvard Business Review in Business Source Complete
    • How to email, print and save articles
    • How to do an Advanced search
    • iPhone / iPad App
    • Logon Options

    FACCTs

    • Finding Computer Career Information

    IBISWorld
         IBISWorld Webinar

    IEEE Explore 

    Image Quest

    LexisNexis Academic

    • Search for a Business  
    • Search for Legal Information 


    Library Catalog

    • How to Request a Book

    Literary Reference Center

    Oxford Art Online

    • How to Use Oxford Art Online

    Plunkett Research Online

    • Business Research
    • Finding Career Information

    Points of View
    Safari EBooks 
    SciTech Connect  

    Skillport   

    Standard Rate & Data Service

    • How to Search SRDS 
    • Problems Accessing? 

    Statistical Abstracts of the US 

    Statistical Abstracts of the World

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    Got A Moment

    Note: Sometimes the video needs to be rewound to see it from the start.  Please click the rewind button on the far left of the video control panel.
     

    Alumni Library

    Boolean Searching

    Database Logon

    Evaluate a Website

    Keyword Searching

    Using Onesearch

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    Library Skills

    APA citation guide

    APA Resource Page

    Library Services  
    Creating a Search Strategy

    • Part 1
    • Part 2

    Evaluating Websites
    How to cite an electronic journal article
    How to find Career Information  
    How to Read a Scholarly Article
    How to do Business Research
    How to Find Authoritative Technology Websites (Standards and Documentation) 
    How to do a Known Item Search
    How to Search Google Scholar for DeVry Library Database Articles
    How to use NoodleTools  
    Noodletools User Manual
    Saving Tabs  
    Using Mnemonics to Cite Journal Articles in APA
    Using NoodleTools to Create Citations  
    What you need to know about SIC and NAIC Codes

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    Troubleshooting

    Cookies and Allow Sites Firefox
  • Cookies and Allow Sites IE9  

  • Cookies and Allowing Sites IE11

  • How to Fix Cookies Errors

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      Information Literacy

      To promote the acquisition of information literacy competencies, DeVry University has adopted the Information Literacy Standards of the Association of College of Research Libraries.

      DeVry addresses the standards through a five-module program designed to present information conducive to the development of information literate students. Each of the five modules is based on one of five ACRL competencies.

    • Introduction
    • Module One
      • Information Cycle
      • Peer Review
    • Module Two
    • Module Three
    • Module Four
    • Module Five
    • Information Literacy FAQ 
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