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Cite Right!

Tools and information to help you cite your sources of information.

By Donna Baumbach Steps: 7 Views: 3693

Information Transliteracy Introductory Film Festival!

This playlist will get you familiar with vocabulary, concepts, models, and thinkers in the information and transliteracy landscape!

By Joyce Valenza Steps: 17 Views: 3138

Capstone Practicum

Thinking about research for your capstone.

By Kristofer Scheid Steps: 5 Views: 68

The Information Cycle
Alternatives To Google

Google is not necessarily the best place to search for information. There are other search engines which may be more suitable.

By 2 editors Steps: 12 Views: 665

NoodleTools : NoodleQuest
Cite Right! - Copy

Tools and information to help you cite your sources of information.

By Anne Brignet Steps: 7 Views: 338

Cite Right! - Copy

Tools and information to help you cite your sources of information.

By Rachel Kaneshiro Steps: 7 Views: 266

MAPping The Internet

Information on the Internet should be evaluated by mapping the following: 1) Meta-Web Information - can you understand and evaluate how information is structured on the Internet? This includes URLs, links and search eng...

By Geoff Hinman Steps: 3 Views: 107

What Is The Inquiry Model?

These resources explain what Barbara Stripling's Inquiry Model is.

By Maureen Schlosser Steps: 5 Views: 453

Search Engine Searching

There are many search engines besides Google, and it's worth trying some of them out. Each has its advantages and will serve particular needs. So, depending on who you are and what you need, you may find that using one...

By Christine Bushong Steps: 0 Views: 0

Tools For Everyday Research

Searching for information and making sense of it is a process that involves critical thinking and it is an important skill. Fortunately, there are many free digital tools available to help students efficiently sift throu...

By Julie McNamara Steps: 6 Views: 531

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