“Is My Source Credible?” Tutorial

Resource Title:  “Is My Source Credible?” Tutorial

Brief Description of Resource:  How to know if the source you have chosen is appropriate for your project. A tutorial for community college students. By Jane Blume, Traci Taylor, and Andrea GillaspySteinhilper, as a part of the Cooperative Online Information Literacy Project. All authors are faculty at community colleges in Washington State.

Development Team: Andrea Gillaspy-Steinhilper (Lower Columbia College), Jane Blume and Traci Taylor (Bellingham Technical College)

Resource Type:  Video Tutorial

Intended Audience:  General Students

Potential Other Audiences:  Transfer Students, Workforce / Professional Technical Students, Pre-College Students, ESL Students, International Students, Faculty

Link to Resource:  http://youtu.be/kHPT5bNm7f4 [Web Link]

Source Files:  IsMySourceCredibleZipped.zip [Zipped Folder Download] 

Resource Tags:  COIL Project Tutorial

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.  Please attribute this work to the librarian / faculty instructor or library listed above.

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