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and not a drop of think Validating & Evaluating Internet Information Animation created in Cool 3D
Dealing with the Data Smog Never before has so much information been available to so many people… Never before have so many people been so confused. Nortel © Ad What are some of the issues discussed on the WWW about validation of Internet resources? How does a researcher establish information reliability?
More than Citing Sources Animation created in Cool 3D Authors Credentials Reliability Credability Currency Discuss Issues Point-of-View Type of site Relevance
Advanced Search Techniques Discuss Intellectual Properties & Copyright Laws Search techniques http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/21stcent/lonlinesearch.html http://www.learnwebskills.com/search/ http://www.departments.dsu.edu/library/searchtable.htm http://www.library.und.edu/research/handouts/Advanced_Searching_Techniques.pdf http://www.bewebaware.ca/english/EffectiveOnline.aspx
Evaluation Criteria AUTHORITY ACCURACY OBJECTIVITY CURRENCY COVERAGE ORIENTATION
Citing Sources Ethically Intellectual Property Copyright Issues Citation Styles Discuss
Create a resource slide with hotlinks to sites that demonstrate weak and excellence for each of the following: AUTHORITY ACCURACY OBJECTIVITY
Create A Bibliography Slide Citation Machine Click Here Animation created in Cool 3D
Plagiarism Use the Find feature Use Google Use Advanced Search Assistant
Primary, Secondary, Tertiary Sources What are these? Give examples of each. When should each be used? When will each of these not be appropriate? Where do you look for Primary Sources?
Challenge REAL-WORLD RESEARCH Give Examples
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How to Research– Finding RELIABLE Information. Getting Started Where is the first place you go when you start researching a project? Google, Wikipedia,
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Electronic tools can help find, organize, store, and cite resources Dropbox Evernote Google Tools/Advanced Searching Tips Google Scholar EndNote Easybib.
Evaluating Internet Sources. What are sources? Sources are the places in which you find information such as books, websites, encyclopedias, videos, etc.
Researching Day 1 Library Database Use Google Advanced Search, too How to use wikipedia… Save the files you MIGHT want to use Google Drive PDF in a folder.
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+ MLA FORMAT October 15 th, Why Cite? So my reader knows my information is valid Just in case I forgot where I found the information So my reader.
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