INFORMATION LITERACY LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of information literacy instruction, students should be able to:
You'll be using GALILEO resources for your project, and there are several useful pages on this guide.
Scholarly vs. Popular Sources: Read over the information on Scholarly and popular sources. As you do history research, it's important to know the difference.
Using Galileo: Refresh your knowledge on doing a basic Galileo search. This is your gateway to library resources.
Below the Galileo information, you'll see information on three important search skills:
Subject Databases: Because you're doing historical research, take a look at this information on subject-specific databases. Using a subject database will eliminate many irrelevant sources, and you can also use all the great things you learned in Step 3!
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