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Fact-Checking Coronavirus

Created April 2020 Continue exploring: Check Please! starter course from Mike Caufield: https://www.notion.so/Check-Please-Starter-Course-ae34d043575e42828dc2964437ea4eed Snopes Coronavirus…

From  infolit Information Literacy Department on April 2nd, 2020 143 plays 0  

APA Citation (7th Edition)

This video covers the basics of APA 7th edition style, as well as citation formats for common items like articles and books. Created March 2020

From  infolit Information Literacy Department on March 5th, 2020 33 plays 0  

Embracing Uncertainty

What role does uncertainty play in academic life? Uploaded August 2018

From  infolit Information Literacy Department on August 3rd, 2018 251 plays 0  

Searching With A Purpose

Searching with a purpose -- how to get from an idea to a researchable question for your paper. Updated August 2017

From  infolit Information Literacy Department on September 7th, 2017 1,307 plays 0  

APA Citation (6th ed.)

Introduction to APA 6th Edition style and citation formatting. Updated July 2019

From  infolit Information Literacy Department on March 3rd, 2017 235 plays 0  

Popular, Scholarly, or Trade?

A quick overview of some some of the differences between popular, scholarly and trade articles, and why those differences are important. Updated March 2020

From  infolit Information Literacy Department on August 12th, 2015 2,976 plays 0  

Evaluating Information Online

Seven questions to ask yourself before using information you find online in a paper or project. Updated March 2020

From  infolit Information Literacy Department on August 11th, 2015 1,317 plays 0  

Business Research Knowledge: Public and Private Companies

In this video, you will learn about the differences between public and private companies and why that's important when conducting company research.

From  Terence William O'Neill on December 31st, 2014 45 plays 0