This textbook starts from an instructor¦s strength-research skills-and demonstrates how students can access credible academic resources in a more efficient manner using computer technologies. The text focuses first on the "virtual" library, (e.g., online catalogs and databases) to teach research strategies and the basics of source evaluation. Only then does it move to the more unregulated domain of the Internet and discuss some of the best methods and sites to access information for academic projects.
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