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Using Resources
  Introduction
  Welcome
  Objectives
  Rich Content?
  How to Evaluate
  Evaluate Offline
  Evaluate Online
  What's Legal?
  Public Domain
  Copyright
  Take a Quiz
  Avoid Plagiarism
  What Is It?
  Papermill Practice
  Take a Quiz
  Solutions
  Note Taking Tips
  Citing Resources
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Evaluating and Using
Print and Media Resources

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With the advent of the Information Age comes a plethora of reading and multi-media material. Students are asked to locate and critically assess, gather, then synthesize this ocean of material into a cohesive report that avoids plagiarism, cites their resources and is uniquely theirs.

One of the greatest challenges students face, is determining where to find the best resources for their search and deciding whether the information is rich in content. Once they've located a good resource, their next big challenge is deciding whether or not they can legally use this information and if they can and do choose to use it, how can they avoid plagiarism. This tutorial will cover all of these questions.

You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, Real Audio and Flash player installed on computers in order to view all of the resources in this tutorial.

Click on Rich in Content: How to Evaluate in the menu on the left-hand side to continue the lesson. If you need to know more about this lesson, first select Objectives.

 

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