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How to Select Sources

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Kevin Seeber

on 2 December 2013

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Transcript of How to Select Sources

Different sources are better for different things.
There is a lot of information available.
Knowing what you need will save you time.
How to
Select
Sources

Why is this worth knowing?
Articles
Websites
Books
NONFICTION
fiction
Fun to read.
Usually not used for research.
Good for research.
Look for a U.P. or professional organization.
Covers current events in-depth.
Doesn't present "research."
Also covers current events.
Includes lots of editorial articles.
Similar to magazines.
Written for specific professions.
Peer-reviewed articles.
Present academic research.
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