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Things We (Might) Believe about University Research

An introduction to a class in information literacy or research instruction.
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William Badke

on 10 October 2013

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Things We (Might) Believe about University Research
It's common to believe certain things because they make sense. But sometimes reality gets in the way...
Everything I need for university research I can pretty much find with Google.
Professors say Wikipedia is bad. I used to like it, but if I'm going to be a real student, I'm going to have to learn to hate it.
If I have to use one of the library databases like the catalogue or EBSCO, it's all good, because I only need a keyword or two and the first five results.
Libraries are old school, and nobody knows what librarians actually do. They certainly can't help me.
But we could be wrong.
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