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) :
"Immigration economic aspects" AND education
Scholarly vs. Popular Sources YouTube
YouTube video demonstrating the complexity of evaluating a website: Evaluate Websites
Films on Demand
Films on Demand offers a large variety of curriculum-focused, streaming video titles from producers such as Films for the Humanities and Sciences, PBS, A&E, History, ABCNews, BBC, NBC News, Shopware, Biography, National Geographic and others. Browse the Films on Demand streaming video collections by subject headings.
Effective Internet Search: Basic Tools and Advanced Strategies
Plagiarism 2.0: Information Ethics in the Digital Age
Academic Video Online
Academic Video Online (AVON) delivers more than 64,000 video titles spanning the widest range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film and more. AVON includes every kind of video material available with curricular relevance: documentaries, interviews, performances, news programs and newsreels, field recordings, commercials, and raw footage. Users will find thousands of award-winning films, including Academy®, Emmy®, and Peabody® winners as well as the most frequently used films for classroom instruction, plus newly released films and previously unavailable archival material. See the AVON web guide for subject breakdowns, materials by format, and current highlights.
Defining Sources of Information: primary, secondary and tertiary .
Find the difference among three kinds of article results: popular, trade, or academic