It’s Tutorial Thursday! In this series, we explore APA’s extensive library of video tutorials, available on YouTube. Please feel free to link or embed videos or playlists in library websites or LibGuides, course management systems, or other locations where students, faculty, and researchers will find them.
Are you familiar with our Topic Guides?
Sample searches from the Management Topic Guide.
These brief interdisciplinary handouts are designed to demonstrate how PsycINFO can be used to search for resources in a variety of topic areas. They contain three sample search scenarios, and a list of selected Index Terms.
We’ve created video tutorials based on the Feminism, Management, and Nursing Topic Guides. The videos walk through each of the three sample searches from the guide, demonstrating how to create the searches using the Thesaurus. For each tutorial, you’ll find a version for the APA PsycNET, EBSCOhost, Ovid, and ProQuest platforms. We’ve gathered them all together into a playlist on our YouTube channel.
A screenshot from the APA PsycNET version of the video tutorial for the Management Topic Guide.
In addition to creating these tutorials, we recently translated all 20 Topic Guides into 8 languages: Chinese, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish..
The Spanish version of the Grief & Trauma Topic Guide.
You’ll find the translations linked at the bottom of the Topic Guides webpage.
Topic Guides pair well with our PsycINFO Quick Reference Guides, which walk the user through searching some of the fundamental fields in PsycINFO, such as Index Term/Subject Heading, Title, Author Name, and more.
• Quick Reference Guide for PsycINFO on APA PsycNET
• Quick Reference Guide for PsycINFO on EBSCOhost
• Quick Reference Guide for PsycINFO on ProQuest
• Quick Reference Guide for PsycINFO on Ovid
Please note that print copies of Quick Reference Guides are available to libraries upon request, free of charge. Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which guide you’d like, how many, and where to send them.