In this video, you will learn about strategies to critically evaluate search results, including (1) Choose good & varied search tools, (2) Ask yourself what you want or need, (3) Use the sorting & filtering functions, (4) Look for your keywords the important parts of the results, (5) Pay issuing organization or publisher, (6) Ask yourself the information whether is credible, suitable, technical information appropriate to your information needs.
When Jacob receives his term paper assignment, he cannot find previous Land Law course materials. He and his classmates discuss what they should do next in the Library. They consult the law librarian who suggests they watch the this video to get an idea on how to plan and start legal research.
In this slide, it explains the 4-steps-method outlined by the University of Pittsburg and it illustrate the role information and information literacy play in each step to help learners to see the bigger picture.
In this video, the team requires to include viewpoints from journal articles in this academic project. You may ask, which articles are most influential and should be read first? Which journals are more prestigious in the field? Who are the champion authors on the topic?All these questions can be answered quickly if you select the right tools.
In this slide, it explains 3 questions: (1) What are the top 20 journals in the subject discipline of business and international management, (2) How can I find the most highly cited articles on a specific strategy, and (3) How can I find the articles from practitioner magazines and newspapers.
In this video, a team of students now planning a marketing strategy for their business, and require theoretical frameworks and concepts found in the academic literature, that is, academic journal articles. They have so many questions, such as which articles are most influential and should be read first, which are the top journals in the field, and who are the prolific authors on the topic?
In this video, a team of students found one article about the candy-soda geyser from the Journal of Chemical Education and would like to add this into the General Chemistry Laboratory. However, the journal article was published in 2007, so it is a bit out of date.
Prof Cheong encourages you to search for any recent updates to this experiment.