Thursday, September 7, 2017

Library Workshop #1, Primary Sources

Link to a source #1:

Link to source #2

Link to source #3

Kent State video clip

Why Use Primary Sources?  Source analysis sheets.

Still having difficulty understanding primary and secondary sources?
Quiz 1   Quiz 2

Chicago style citation help: Chicago Style Quick Guide

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Hopkins EDCO 280, APA citation games

 Group One:  Website  Article
Group Two:  Website  Article
Group Three: Website Article
Group Four: Website Article
Group Five: Website Article
Group Six: Website Article
Group Seven: Website Article
Group Eight Website Article


Here are some links to games that will help you strengthen your APA citation skills.
To Cite, or NOT To Cite
     This matching game will help you learn when you need to cite something and when it is not necessary to cite.

APA Psych Out
     Ten multiple choice questions to help you recognize the elements of APA format. Can you get all 50 points?  From Williams and Mt. Holyoke College.

APA sample citations from the Purdue OWL
     Use the links in the left menu box to go directly to the help you need.






Wednesday, May 3, 2017

English 200 Information Hunt

Group 7 should use this article for their analysis.

Friday, March 3, 2017

Library Lab #1

Developing a Research Question video

Primary and Secondary Sources, interactive game,  from Pearson eCollege

Database and Cataloging Searching "Refresher" links


Tuesday, February 14, 2017

History 375


Web sites to Evaluate


Website #1 and Website #2

Website #3 and Website #4

Website #5 and Website #6

Website #7 and Website #8

The CRAAP Test

 

Primary and Secondary Sources


Test your skills with this interactive game from Ashford University

Need a little more help?  Listen to this video to understand the differences between primary and secondary sources in a variety of disciplines. (5:07)

Chicago Style Documentation help