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What should I be learning?

  • After these classes, students will understand criteria for evaluating research sources and be able to select a reliable source from one that is less reliable.
  • After these classes, students will understand the difference between formats of information sources and be able to identify those that are the most helpful for scholarly research.
  • After these classes, students will understand helpful sources for background information.
  • After these classes, students will be able to perform a simple, single-subject database search as well as a simple search in Search@UW.


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