EBSCO Connect. (2018, December 13). Browsing & searching cited references.
This resource will assist you with searching for references in the EBSCO database.
Films Media Group. (2015). Internet research: What’s credible? [Video].Films on Demand.
Watching this video will help you decipher credible from noncredible internet sources.
Moyer, P., Faas, L. & Palomar Community College (Producers), & Faas, L. (Director). (1995). I don’t know…I think I read it somewhere [Video/DVD]. Palomar Community College. https://video.alexanderstreet.com/watch/i-don-t-know-i-think-i-read-it-somewhere
This video discusses how to read and critically analyze information sources.
Northcentral University Library. (2017, October 24). Citing Articles [Video]. YouTube.
Google Scholar's “cited by” feature makes Scholar one of the best available tools for finding scholarly resources on the internet. This short video demonstrates how to use this valuable feature.
Northcentral University Library. (2018, June 12). Scholarly vs. peer reviewed journals [Video]. YouTube.
What's the difference between a scholarly journal and a peer-reviewed journal? This tutorial tackles this important question, along with demonstrating how to limit search results.
Northcentral University. (2021). Article analysis template.