In this video, it explains what secondary legal material are. Secondary legal sources often explain legal principles more thoroughly so it is good to start your research project with secondary sources.
In this video, Prof. Christina Yu, Associate Vice President (Student Learning) at The Education University of Hong Kong, shares her fascinating insights into seeking, evaluating information for a lesson plan. In this video, Prof. Yu has to say about the following aspects: what do we need to pay attention to when using publisher's material in our lesson?
Starting your research in Google may not be ideal as it often ends up leading you to millions of websites and you have no clue which ones are dependable and reliable. Let’s watch this video and learn the short-cut of locating quality social sciences information.
In this video, two students are discussing the types of information are needed to answer the sub-questions. In their conversation, various type of information, including manuscripts, diaries and autobiographies, audio recordings and videos, original art works, letter patents, conference papers, books, government publications, critical analysis and review, journal articles, and handbooks.
There's lots of Engineering information on the Web.
Some ask you to pay money; your library probably already subscribes to many good sources.
As you develop into a professional engineer, you will learn to go beyond general web pages or web docs & become a more sophisticated engineering information user and creator.
In this video, it introduces different engineering information (characteristics & purposes).
In this video, a team of students arrive the university library and meet the Reference Librarian at a discussion room. The Reference Librarian firstly recaps the concepts of the AAOCC. Then, she mentions the additional criteria for evaluating the primary and secondary sources!