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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
I

Evaluating and Using
Print and Media Resources

Objectives
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These are the learning objectives for this tutorial.

  • Learners will identify what elements determine the richness of offline print resources.
  • Learners will identify what elements determine the richness of online resources.
  • Learners will identify what resources are considered public domain.
  • Learners will identify what resources are copyrighted material.
  • Learners can explain what is plagiarism.
  • Learners can identify what is plagiarized material.
  • Learners can explain how to take notes.
  • Learners can explain why permission is needed to publish or reproduce other people's intellectual property.
  • Learners can locate information on how to cite resources used.

Ready to begin? Then select Rich in Content: How to Evaluate in the menu on the left-hand side to continue the lesson.


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