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Making Academic Integrity Approachable

Looking for a fun way to discuss academic integrity? Luckily you’re not the only one! Academic integrity – including effective citation techniques and plagiarism – can be a difficult topic to present in an interesting and approachable way. Thankfully, interactive … Continue reading

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Google as a Research Tool: Part 3

You’ve learned some advance search tips to use in Google, but how can you determine if you’re a good Googler? Google offers a number of research resources to test your skills. If you have a bit of time, try a … Continue reading

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Google as a Research Tool: Part 2

Now that you’ve narrowed your Google search using their search operators, you’ve probably got a list of highly scholarly results, right? Wrong! Unlike academic databases, which lend some sense of scholarly security, Google’s results should always be evaluated before they … Continue reading

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LINC Teaching Tip: February 2013 – Keyword Generator

Looking for ways to incorporate technology in to your lessons? Try an interactive learning tool, such as the keyword generator from the University of Texas. http://lib.utexas.edu/keywords/ Students will have the chance to create a search question, brainstorm synonyms, and receive … Continue reading

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