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WR 121 (Factor) - Fall 2017

Session Goals

You will be able to . . .

  • Select appropriate sources for your topic and assignment.
  • Evaluate sources and their information by examining their purpose, authority, currency, objectivity, coverage, accuracy, and relevance.
  • Identify "popular" vs scholarly sources.
  • Understand how to navigate the library's resources and tools.
  • Construct a research question.

You will be able to . . .

  • Generate appropriate terms to use in your searches.
  • Adapt your search strategy to adjust your search results.
  • Use Search@CULibraries and individual databases to find relevant sources.
  • Use search systems' refine and limit tools to improve your search results.
  • Understand how to access resources to assist with annotated bibliographies and MLA citations.
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