|Credits & Acknowledgements|
Original Research Survival Guide material Â© 2004-05 by the University Library of California State University, Los Angeles. Research Survival Guide incorporates material from Searchpath Â© 2001-2002, Board of Trustees of Western Michigan University. Searchpath incorporates material from TILT, a tutorial developed by the Digital Information Literacy Office for the University of Texas System Digital Library, Â© 1998-2002. This material may be reproduced, distributed, or incorporated only subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Searchpath Open Publication License.
While the "text" content of this tutorial may be reproduced, distributed, or incorporated as outlined in the Searchpath Open Publication License, some of the photos in this tutorial MAY NOT BE USED in adapted versions, unless you obtain the images from http://www.photos.com (a royalty-free stock photograph service). The alternative text, or "alt" tag for each image in the tutorial indicates if that image was licensed from photos.com. If you put your cursor over an image and the alt tag reads: Photos.com Image, you must subscribe to the photos.com service in order to legally download and use that image. Photos labeled: Searchpath image, scanned image, or CSULA image, were not obtained from the stock photography service and may be used for adapted versions.*
Photographs in this tutorial which feature the
character we have named "Cal Tate Elay" were taken specifically for this
tutorial. A G.I. Joe action figure** was photographed, and
superimposed over images of the library, etc. using a graphics software
program. These images should not be used in adapted versions --
permission to use the action figure was granted to the Cal State LA library
only, by Hasbro Corporation.
Eric Berlin, Reference & Instructional
Additional thanks to the following for their support and assistance in the making of this tutorial:
Director, Faculty Instructional Technology Support Center (FITSC)
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