Charlene C. Cain
Learn how to use databases to locate instruments and reviews of tests to inform your choices of the most relevant measurement tools for your research.
In this video, we compare popular, trade, and scholarly or academic sources.
Why are newspapers easier to read than a peer-reviewed journal? We call that the Information Cycle!
In this workshop, we will learn:
- how to identify the Information Cycle
- why information about a newsworthy event looks different in online sources, such as newspapers, magazines, and academic journals
This workshop is part of the Library 101 Workshop Series.
Melissa Maria Johnson and Charlene Cain
You found the perfect article. It's exactly what you were looking for and it was written by an expert in the field, but you cannot find the full text. Are you sure it's an article? You may be looking for a conference paper or conference presentation instead - join us to learn how locate these scholarly resources.
A concept map is a visual tool that helps show the relationship between ideas. It can help you brainstorm new ideas and organize information.
In this video, you will learn how to take a broad research topic and transform it into a focused research question. This step is important in the research process as it aids the researcher in identifying the question they are trying to answer through the search for information.