There are more links below than will be used as assigned reading or viewing for each lesson. You may, however, find them quite helpful in pursuing the course and doing research.
For prezi presentations, put in full screen and use the arrow keys at the bottom to navigate.
Information Literacy: Why is it important? - Video by
What is Scholarship? - Prezi presentation by Bill Badke (TWU Library)
What is Scholarship? - Prezi presentation with audio by Bill Badke
Things We (Might) Believe About University Research - Prezi presentation by Bill Badke
Information in the Academy - Prezi presentation by Bill Badke
Understanding the Information Cycle - Video by UIUC University Library
Grey Literature - Video by Western Libraries
Creating Research Questions - Prezi Presentation by Bill Badke (TWU Library)
Research Model Presentation - Google Slides by TWU Library
Information Search - Video by Duncan Dixon (TWU Library)
Picking Your Topic IS Research - Video by NCSU Libraries
One Perfect Source? - Video by NCSU Libraries
Creating preliminary outlines - Prezi presentation by Bill Badke
Anatomy of a Research Article - Webpage by NCSU Libraries
Reading an Academic Article - Video by UBC iSchool
Should I be using Google or the Library resources for a paper? - Video by Ronald Williams Library, Northeastern Illinois University
An interactive tutorial on scholarly vs. popular; by New Literacies Alliance
The Peer Review process - Video by Western Libraries
Quick guide to peer review - Video by NCSU Libraries
Writing a Literature Review and Using a Synthesis Matrix - a web document by North Carolina State University Writing and Speaking Tutorial Service
Tutorials for specific article databases: http://libguides.twu.ca/library_research/articles
Boolean Operators: Pirates vs. Ninjas video tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdx9dACkvyI
Statistics and Government Documents (not covered in class):
http://williambadke.com/OrganizingNotes.pptx - Organizing notes for large projects
Some Writing Tools/Guides:
Doing a literature review - See Textbook, Appendix A1.3.4
Synthesis Matrix technique for writing a literature review - North Carolina State University
http://williambadke.com/WritingABookReview.pdf - Writing a book review
http://www.phrasebank.manchester.ac.uk/?CMP= - The Academic Phrasebank, for excellent and very user-friendly advice on the best way to use sources and write academic papers.
http://libguides.dbu.edu/planner - A research paper planner/timeline to schedule the steps of a research paper (using Badke, Research Strategies, as its basis) so that you finish on time (Dallas Baptist University).
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