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Evaluating Information: Evaluating Information

Evaluating Resources

The CRAAP test

Research Like a Librarian

Pressley, Lauren, Craig Fansler, Kevin Gilbertson, Rebecca Petersen, Kaeley McMahan, Audra Eagle Yun. Research Like a Librarian: Accessing Information in the 21st Century. Winston-Salem, NC: Digital Publishing at Wake, 2013.
Information Literacy.
Understanding Your Assignment.
Understanding Your Research Needs.
Developing a Research Strategy.
Reference Resources.
Finding and Evaluating Books.
Finding and Evaluating Articles.
Understanding the Web and Evaluating Web Resources.
Primary Sources.
Ethical Use of Information: The Good, the Bad, The Confusing.

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