For college students, there are _________ and ________ research.
Scholarly conversations are dependent upon robust _____________ and _____________ _____________ that challenges the researchers' methods, analyses and conclusions.
Information resources can include books, articles, websites, encyclopedia entries, interviews, blogs, correspondence, institutions or associations among others.
These sources of information are usually intended for scholars, specialists and grad students EXCECPT
The "P" in the CRAAP method stands for?
What CRAAP criterion focuses on: publisher, professional organization, author, expert in the field?
What CRAAP criterion focuses on: creation or publication date?
What CRAAP criterion focuses on: answering your question
What CRAAP criterion focuses on: logic, citations, references etc.
_______ ______ is: Accepting as true information only because it supports our beliefs. This occurs when we put a high value on information that confirms our beliefs by accepting unsupportive evidence that reinforces our belief and ignoring or rejecting supported evidence that puts our beliefs in jeopardy.
Encyclopedia and dictionaries are examples of
An example of a primary source is:
These are examples of secondary sources EXCEPT
Scholarly sources of information typically have a work cited or reference section.
Contemporary sources of information are written now.