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Library-based Research

Marymount University Library Research Tutorial
This tutorial has a series of self-paced instructional modules covering important research concepts and the use of Reinsch Library and its extensions.

TILT (Texas Information Literacy Tutorial)
Produced by the University of Texas System Digital Library, this tutorial contains three modules that explain how to find and choose different information sources, how to effectively search library databases and the web, and how to evaluate and cite sources.

Computer-assisted Learning and Practice Tests

Access practice tests and self-paced, interactive tutorials from on campus or home. Graduate school entrance exams (GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT), business writing, PRAXIS I and II, NCLEX, math skills, and more! Thorough explanations of both right and wrong answers promote learning and retention. Immediate scoring and an individualized analysis of your results help improve your test performance.
This free, interactive computer learning program provides over 100 hours of instruction and practice in reading, mathematics, and writing. The program also helps prospective teachers prepare for the PRAXIS I exam.