Get help with researching, APA citing, and writing through the Library and Learning Curve.
You may use websites, journal articles, books, or videos as your resources if they're credible.
1. Read Section 10.2 from your textbook. Make note of the important points in this section.
2. Complete the Evaluating Information tutorial and read through the evaluating information tips linked below. These will help you determine what are credible sources.
4. Applying the evaluating information skills you learned in step 2, use a search enging (e.g. Google) and the library catalogue search below to find information that discusses your topic.
Books and videos available in the Assiniboine Library are a great source of information. Enter your search terms in the search box below to see what's available in the library.
EBSCOhost is a great place to search for articles. Type your keywords into the search box below.
ScienceDirect is another great place to search for articles.
ERIC is yet another great place to find information.
Google Scholar is yet another place to search for academic articles. If you can't get access to a full article, you can request it from the library by filling out the material request form, linked below.
1. Log into NoodleTools and:
2. Add annotations to your references. Each annotation will be 250 to 300 words in length and will include a summary and reflection.