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Evaluating your sources
If you have any questions, you can always check with your professor as to types of sources that may or may not be acceptable for your project. You can always consult with a librarian to determine the scholarly nature of an information resource you are considering.
Take a moment to explore the link below and watch the video to better understand the types of questions you should ask when considering an information resource for your academic research.
Video - Evaluating Journal Articles
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