With so much remote instruction and research happening due to the current global pandemic, more and more folks are dependent on Duke Libraries Digital Collections. How can all these potentially new digital researchers learn how to use our interfaces? Thanks to my colleagues in the Rubenstein Libraries Research Services department, there are now 4 short, how-to videos available to help users understand how to navigate digital collections.
I’ve linked to the videos below. In just 15 minutes one will hear an introduction to Duke’s Digital Collections, learn how to search within the interface, and use and cite digital items.
If you use Duke Digital Collections regularly, what other topics would you like to see covered in future videos or documentation?