Tips for Better Research

Go to page with buttons and two videos, and a box. I have hand-sketched an outline.

What are Databases and Why You Need Them (video on this page) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2GMtIuaNzU

Evaluating Sources with the CRAAP Test – video (video – on this page) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGi5TzrZ5T8 This is the new one found for Beyond Google.

Evaluating Information with the CRAAP Test – pdf https://library.csuchico.edu/sites/default/files/craap-test.pdf

Primary and Secondary Sources Explained https://www.library.rochester.edu/Primary-secondary%20sources

Power Searching with Google  - for REALLY honing your search skills  http://www.powersearchingwithgoogle.com/

Writing a Bibliography – box, with the following:

A bibliography is a list of all the resources you used in your research. It can include books, articles, websites, interviews, speeches, etc. It usually appears at the end of your research report.

Talk to your teacher about whether you need to use a specific format (APA, MLA, or Chicago). One of these tools can help you write your bibliography according to that format: