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Threshold Concepts: Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education: Deconstructing Citations

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

Objective

Learn to deconstruct an assignment to its basic parts and identify appropriate resources to complete it successfully.

Try the tutorial to find out more.

Test yourself with an activity or quiz.

 

Tutorial: Deconstructing Citations

Deconstructing Citations


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

 

Learn to deconstruct an assignment to its basic parts and identify appropriate resources to complete it successfully.

Activity

Identify formats.  Examine citations for a variety of works, including a book, a book chapter, an article, and a web site.  Identify each source.

Analyze citations. Use the bibliography from a scholarly journal article and determine the format of each item.

Quiz

Quiz is embedded in the tutorial.