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Evaluating Information Sources For Audience and Purpose

This lecture explains how to identify the intended audience and purpose of an information source, and why that is important... see more
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Author: Sarah Morehouse
Date Added: Nov 03, 2013 Date Modified: Jun 11, 2014
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Evaluating Information Sources For Audience and Purpose

This lecture explains how to identify the intended audience and purpose of an information source, and why that is important... see more
Material Type: Presentation
Author: Sarah Morehouse
Date Added: Nov 03, 2013 Date Modified: Jun 11, 2014
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Evaluating Sources - Critical Thinking

This video addresses the nature of intellectual authority and its problematic aspects, issuing a call to students to evaluate... see more
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Author: Sarah Morehouse
Date Added: Nov 03, 2013 Date Modified: Jun 11, 2014
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Evaluating Sources - Objectivity

This video explains observation, deduction, and experimentation as means of knowing or describing knowledge. The objectivity... see more
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Author: Sarah Morehouse
Date Added: Nov 03, 2013 Date Modified: Jun 11, 2014
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Primary Secondary and Tertiary Sources

This lecture contextualizes the idea of primary, secondary and tertiary sources in the ideas of scholarly communication. It... see more
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Author: Sarah Morehouse
Date Added: Nov 03, 2013 Date Modified: Nov 03, 2013
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Scholarly Popular and Trade Sources

This lecture explains the difference between scholarly, popular, and trade/professional publications and how to tell them... see more
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Author: Sarah Morehouse
Date Added: Nov 03, 2013 Date Modified: Nov 03, 2013
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