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Research Research Project Bukowski & McKnight How will research help you? Buying a phone Buying new sneakers

Buying a car Going on vacation Health information Choosing where to go to college Topic 1: What sources are available for researching a topic? Topic 2: How do I evaluate a

website? Topic 3: How do I properly document paraphrases/quotes using an in-text citation? Topic 4: How do I use EasyBib to create an MLA Works Cited page? Essential

Choose Your Own Topic Topic 1:What sources are available for researching a topic? Where can I find information?

Need to use two to three sources of information Approximately three to four pages Source: Book Source: UDLib/SEARCH From Home:

http://udlibsearch.lib.udel.edu/highschools/ Username: udlibsearch Password: homeaccess Source: Websites Topic 2: How do I evaluate a

website? http://youtu.be/aem3JahbXfk What 5 Questions Should You Ask Yourself ? CURRENCY: What is the currency?

When was the information published or last updated? RELEVANCE: What is the relevance? Does the information answer your research question? Does the information meet the stated requirements of the assignment? AUTHORITY: What is the authority?

Who is the author, what are the authors credentials? Is the author affiliated with an educational institution or prominent organization? ACCURACY: What is the accuracy? Are there sources cited for information?

Are there errors in spelling, punctuation, or grammar? PURPOSE: What is the purpose? Is the authors purpose to sell, persuade, entertain, or inform? Is it fact or opinion? Is there an obvious bias or prejudice? "Evaluating Information." Gettysburg College. Gettysburg College Musselman Library, Aug. 2012. Web. 01

. Jan. 2016. CRAAP Rubric Web Domain Names What is a web domain name?

A domain name locates an organization or other entity on the Internet. The end part of the domain name reflects the purpose of the organization or entity. Examples are: .com .edu .gov

.org Google Search: Martin Luther King, 1st 4 results Who is Stormfront? Flyers to bring to school?

Is everything on the Internet true? How would you know? Use the CRAAP test: currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, and purpose. Critical thinking skills, question what

you read Check multiple reliable sources, web and/or print Wikipedia good for research? Why? Why not?

Background Knowledge before you start to research Wikipedia Reference Links: Topic 3: How do I properly document paraphrases/quotes using an in-text citation?

Notecards What is Plagiarism? Definition:

What do you know about plagiarism? Using some or all of somebodys work or idea,

and saying that you created it. Whose Is it, Anyway? 2012. Common Sense Media. 1 Jan. 2012. http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/whose-it-anyway-4-5. Show Video: Plagiarism: How to avoid

it http://youtu.be/2q0NlWcTq1Y What do you think? Original Passage At the start of the Great Depression, many Americans wanted to believe that the hard times would be only temporary.

Plagiarism or Not? At the beginning of the Great Depression, a lot of Americans wanted to think that the hard times would be only temporary. Kardick, Maria. Exploring Plagiarism, Copyright, and Paraphrasing. 2008. ReadWriteThink. 3 Jan. 2012. http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/exploring-plagiarism-copyri ght-paraphrasing-1062.html

. How can you use someone elses words or ideas? Direct quote When you use quotation marks around the words you quote and give credit to the author.

How can you use someone elses words or ideas? Paraphrase When you use someones ideas or words to help you say something in your own words and give credit to the author.

After paraphrasing all sources, a good paper should integrate Information. What does this include? Connecting to previous knowledge

Creating new knowledge Summarizing important ideas Creating new understandings

Integrating research Questioning for further research Drawing conclusions

MLA In-Text Citations are called parenthetical citations Need: *Author's last name Page number(s) from which the quotation or

paraphrase is taken. * It must match the Works Cited page. MLA In-Text Citations are called parenthetical citation

For Websites Need: *Author's last name *Shortened version of title * It must match the Works Cited page. MLA Article on a Website

"Article on a Website." MLA Style for Electronic Sources. Valencia College, 14 Mar. 2013. Web. 05 Mar. 2014. . MLA Website without an Editor Entire Website." MLA Style for Electronic Sources. Valencia College, 14 Mar. 2013. Web. 05 Mar. 2014. .

MLA Database: SIRS Researcher Entire Website." MLA Style for Electronic Sources. Valencia College, 2 Nov. 2012. Web. 24 March 2016. . Topic 4: How do I use

EasyBib to create an MLA Works Cited page? How do I create my citations? Lets start your Works Cited

page What is a Works Cited page? EasyBib http://www.easybib.com/

EasyBib Export When you have all your sources listed Works Cited page Lets look at some possible

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