A whiteboard video about how to use Boolean Operators (don't know what those are? Watch the video and find out!) to quickly pull out the search results you are looking for - and *only* the search results you are looking for!
A whiteboard video on the search technique known as "phrase searching" - very very useful to refine your search results quickly and to be certain that you get exactly what you are looking for!
There is no point in me giving you things that you don't want or need! You are too busy and your time is too valuable to waste time looking at things you don't need or to spend looking for something that you do need but can't find.
Please help me out with this! I've created a Survey Monkey survey to try and find out what types of tutorials you are looking for, where you get stuck when conducting library research, what kinds of things you want step-by-step instructions for versus what you just need in a series of quick screen shots, etc.
The more information you give me on this, the better resources I can create and provide for you!
Possible Tutorial Topics:
How to see who has cited a specific paper
How to see all of the papers that an author cited in a particular article
How to track down a specific citation
How to request ILL stuff from us
Advanced searching like phrases, truncation, boolean - do a "draw your life" version: