To introduce students to researching the Library's databases, and finding academic sources for a chosen topic. For students to understand the difference between academic and popular sources.
ARTICLES USING KEYWORDS ON THE FOLLOWING TOPICS (nouns and objects related to the topic with phrases in quotes, separated by the word AND) :
ACADEMIC SEARCH COMPLETE
"Immigration economic aspects" AND education
natural foods AND nutrition AND aging
SXU Library Home Page
Use keywords, phrases, and boolean operators for efficient results."climate change" AND glaciers(Limit search to relevance only, and select from the left-hand column the year 2011.)
CQ ELECTRONIC LIBRARY: CQ Researcher Online
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Scholarly vs. Popular Sources YouTube
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Defining Sources of Information: primary, secondary and tertiary .
Find the difference among three kinds of article results: popular, trade, or academic