This guide is to assist you in using the ACADOODLE video database. ACADOODLE is an online, interactive education platform, it contains over 150 video modules covering three main topics:
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RRC Library subscribes to many databases. Many can be searched simultaneously by using OneSearch. Others are independent and each of these has its own searching strategies. To see all the databases RRC Library has to offer check out Articles/Databases List (A-Z).
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Use the Database list to find Acadoodle
Browse the main page. Tiles will flip to "Play Course" when highlighted. Click to start the video.
Click "Video Courses" from the red navigation bar; then Select a title from the Course Lists
The video begins when you click the introductory image (triangle icon). Each course contains multiple chapters including a combination of tutorials, rich visuals, animations, interactive tools, and quizzes. The course will automatically progress through each module.
Basic video controls can be found at the bottom of the video.
Use the table of contents to jump to the desired module.
At the end of each course, test your knowledge.
Once your course is complete download your certificate.
Acadoodle has a small collection of articles related to the videos. To view these articles:
1. Click "Articles" from the red navigation bar
2. Click the Article tile to view
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