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Hello! The videos on this page are intended for use in FYS and other intro level courses, but of course can be viewed by any student interested in learning more about the characteristics of various information sources, the publication cycle, and how to evaluate information found on the Internet. You may also access all of the library's videos on our Vimeo Channel.

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A discussion of different information source types, including brief analysis of a scholarly journal article and a popular magazine article.


Brief discussion of the publication cycle of information.

Discussion of the CRAAP formula as one method for evaluating credibility of Internet sources.

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