Do you sometimes feel like you are Googling for something that is just "good enough"? Learn some secrets that will have you searching with purpose using the right tools, and not just Google.
Biased news reporting, clickbait, social media, online ads: the number of questionable content and claims out there can be staggering. There's a way to identify the questionable: fact-checking.
What is legitimate to cite in your research, and what’s not? How do you recognize quality information and ultimately decide which sources to use?
Sometimes there is too much information, and it can be hard to determine what’s the most reputable. This session will identify strategies you can use to search and locate trusted, reliable sources.
The Art of Research Workshop Series by Charles Cobine
Thursday, November 2, 2017
Goldstein Electronic Classroom, Rm 114, VPDLC
Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center
Featured, Information Literacy