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LIBR 1: Week 1: Practice

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Created Date 10.15.21
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  • 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.