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Threshold Concepts: Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education: Incorporating Sources

Resource guide for faculty, librarians, and administrators on the new framework for information literacy for higher educaiton.

Objective

Learn to structure, analyze and use sources to support an argument in your research paper in this tutorial.

Try the tutorial to find out more.

Test yourself with an activity or quiz.
 

Tutorial: Incorporating Sources

Incorporating Sources into Your Research Paper


Learn what information you will find in library databases and when to use them appropriately for research.

 

Learn to structure, analyze and use sources to support an argument in your research paper in this tutorial.

Activity

Analyzing references.  Read a scholarly journal article and then locate and read some of the articles cited.  Descibe how the author of the original article used the sources.  Were the articles quoted, paraphrased, or summarized?  How were they used as evidence?

Quiz