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Identifying Sources Tutorial, Adam R. Saunders Apr 2015

Identifying Sources Tutorial, Adam R. Saunders

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This tutorial is designed to help you through identifying the different types of sources you will use in your research and find at the library. Each section will cover different book, article, and website types with a quiz included at the end of each to test your knowledge of the subject.


Website Evaluation Tutorial, Adam R. Saunders Apr 2015

Website Evaluation Tutorial, Adam R. Saunders

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This tutorial will guide you on how to evaluate a website using the CRAAP test. CRAAP stands for currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, and purpose. Using this test you will be able to assess a websites content to determine if the information provided is appropriate for college level research. It will direct you on where to look for this information, from looking at when a webpage was last updated, checking external links, to identifying the top level domain.


Finding Books And Ebooks For Research, Theresa A. Zahor Ms. Jan 2015

Finding Books And Ebooks For Research, Theresa A. Zahor Ms.

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This tutorial demonstrates to our students how to find books and ebooks for their research. This sessions explains the result list in our library catalog as well as demonstrates how to locate and navigate through ebooks.


The Question Of Research, Derek Malone, Paul Campbell Jan 2015

The Question Of Research, Derek Malone, Paul Campbell

Faculty Presentations

Poster session detailing the use of a research question in information retrieval, given at the Kentucky Library Association/Kentucky Association of School Libraries Annual Joint Conference.