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Workshop Agenda


  1. What Is Information? (Oral histories)
  2. Social Justice
  3. Social Networking
  4. Research Process
  5. Government Docs
  6. Archives
  7. Library Research
  8. Evaluating Information
  9. Copyright & Citing Sources


  1. Scholarly vs Popular Periodicals
  2. MLA and APA worksheet
  3. Research Process

Research Process

This Research Process presentation reviews the steps to take when you're doing your research. The handout is a compact version of the process.


Government Documents

This Government Documents presentation presents the following government and related websites:


Library Research

This Library Research presentation (split in 3 parts), consists of the following topics:

  • Part 1:
    • Boolean logic (to help you refine your search)
    • OhioLINK (research databases)
    • Google Scholar
  • Part 2:
    • WeDeliver! (AULA's FREE interlibrary loan service)
    • WorldCat
  • Part 3:
    • RefWorks (a bibliographic management tool)

Evaluating Information

This Evaluating Information presentation reviews the different elements to each source that should be considered for scholarly research. The Scholarly vs Popular Periodicals handout highlights the differences between sources.


Copyright & Citing Sources

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