MOVE AT YOUR OWN PACE AND TRACK YOUR PROGRESS, USING TOOLS THAT GUIDE LOGIC, REASONING, AND THE USE OF RESOURCES
Overcoming apprehension | Getting started | Understanding the basics | What you're curious about | Testing opinions and finding gaps | Challenging topics | The physical and electronic worlds | Services that organize information | Creating strategies | Source types and purposes | Evaluation | Getting proof | What qualifies as evidence | Sources of evidence | Driving a point | Provability | Educating and drawing attention | Audience | Context | Claims and Arguments | Balancing content | Types of citations | Paraphrasing and summarizing | Organizing | Paragraphs | Sentences | Format
SEARCH AID Search suggestions with possible connections to multiple electronic sources.
SOURCE EVALUATION AID
Periodical -- Detailed information on your research publication of choice -- its focus and intended audience, publisher and type, along with suggestions for other similar publications -- fed by data from ProQuest's UlrichsWeb serials directory.
Book -- Detailed information on your research book of choice -- its focus and intended audience, publisher, along with suggestions for other similar publications -- fed by data from ProQuest Bowker.
Website -- Gain insight on web domains, owners, along with site descriptions and alerts on known characteristics such as "hate" sites or "fake" sites.
Custom citations by media type in commonly used style guides.
Suggestions for improving grammar and writing style.
Generate embed code for individual video learning segments, or entire modules, with option to set them up for auto-play.
Optional Self-check and Review questions may be enabled and results tracked in administration.
Manually set up one or more outbound links to web-accessible sites or document repositories to provide additional insight for the topic of each module.