SOURCES

Sources by Valentina Chulde

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SOURCES by Mind Map: SOURCES

1. KIND OF RESOURCES

2. Primary

2.1. First hand evidence

2.1.1. journals

2.2. Original thinking

2.3. Reports on discoveries

2.4. share new information

2.5. Authoritative

3. Secondary

3.1. Material created by primary sources

3.1.1. newspapers

3.1.2. text books

3.2. provides

3.2.1. analysis

3.2.2. interpretations

3.2.3. restatements

3.3. persuasive

4. Tertiary

4.1. no new information

4.1.1. textbooks

4.1.2. abstracts

4.1.3. dictionaries

4.1.4. bibliographies

4.1.5. encyclopedias

5. LOCATING SOURCES

6. Library

7. Planning a research

7.1. Librarians

7.1.1. guide the reading

7.2. consult

7.2.1. General references

7.2.1.1. end of articles

7.2.1.2. list basic resources

7.2.2. Specialized References

7.2.2.1. particular Field

7.2.2.1.1. encyclopedia

7.2.2.1.2. dictionary

8. Searching for Specific Source

8.1. library catalog

8.1.1. 1. keywords (specific words about the topic)

8.1.2. 2. find the browse link

8.1.3. 3. cut the old published

8.2. Online Databases

8.2.1. abstracts

8.2.2. full text of articles

8.3. Prowl the stacks

8.3.1. 1. books on the topic

8.3.2. 2. Scan titles

8.3.3. 3. Skim table of contents

8.3.4. 4. Skim the bibliography

9. Internet

9.1. Only publisher with editors

9.2. no for secondary nor tertiary resources

9.3. find sources

9.3.1. GOOGLE ACADEMIC

9.3.2. ACADEMIC ARTICLES

9.3.3. Public-University library

9.3.4. Educational Institutions and websites

9.3.5. Digital Library

10. evaluating soreces

10.1. Relevance Useful, connected, important

10.1.1. Book

10.1.1.1. SKIM

10.1.1.1.1. 1. index

10.1.1.1.2. 2. first and last paragraphs

10.1.1.1.3. 3. prologues, introduction, summary chapters

10.1.1.2. collection of articles

10.1.1.2.1. editor's introduction

10.1.1.3. 4. Check bibliography

10.1.2. Article

10.1.2.1. Read abstract

10.1.2.2. skim

10.1.2.2.1. introduction and conclusion

10.1.2.2.2. heading

10.1.2.2.3. check bibliography

10.1.3. online

10.1.3.1. skim

10.1.3.1.1. introduction, overviews, summary

10.1.3.1.2. about the site

10.1.3.1.3. keywords

10.2. Reliability trust-able, accurate, honest, relied on

10.2.1. 1. reputable press

10.2.2. 2. peer-reviewed

10.2.3. 3. check the author including supporting foundations

10.2.4. 4. Available source (Web sponsors)

10.2.5. 5. Up-to-date sources

10.2.6. 6. notes, bibliography, and bibliographical data

10.2.7. 7. approach the topic judiciously

10.2.8. 8. Cited

10.3. Unreliable sources

10.3.1. .com

10.3.2. Wikipedia

10.3.3. sites with advertisements

10.3.4. blogs

10.3.4.1. forums

10.3.5. Opinion articles- editorials

10.3.6. newspapers

11. DEFINITION

11.1. information, book, or document acting as a primary source

11.1.1. Scholarly

11.1.1.1. books and peer-reviewed

11.1.1.1.1. Authors

11.1.1.1.2. Audience

11.1.1.1.3. Appearance

11.1.1.1.4. content

11.1.1.1.5. Reference

11.1.2. Popular

11.1.2.1. summarize ideas or events

11.1.2.1.1. Authors

11.1.2.1.2. Audience

11.1.2.1.3. Appearance

11.1.2.1.4. content

12. Valentina Chulde Cabrera

12.1. REFERENCES:

12.1.1. Booth, Wayne C. (2008). The Craft of Research,chapter 5. Chicago: University of Chicago Press

12.1.2. Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Sources. Youtube.com. (2020). Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Sources

12.1.3. Scholarly and Popular Sources. Youtube.com. (2013). Scholarly and Popular Sources

13. IMPORTANT

13.1. For a good research ask yourself

13.1.1. who says that?

13.1.2. what does she /he say?

13.1.3. why is saying that?

13.1.4. How he/she says that

13.1.5. Do you find what you are looking for?

13.1.6. Is this a reliable source?