JSTOR’s Research Basics is an online course that teaches students how to best use databases for research. The course contains 3 modules with three lessons within each module. Each module has an introduction, three video lessons of about 10 minutes in length, followed by practice quizzes. A module quiz is the final check for understanding. Each module will take about 45 minutes straight through. Module 1 focuses on search techniques. Module 2 teaches discernment so kids can better determine which sources are scholarly and which sources are not. Module 3 teaches proper citation techniques. JSTOR uses the open-source Learning Management System Moodle to host the course, so you can get a feel for this popular LMS option to boot.