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To determine the validity of research claims ask... Is the Author Clearly identified, is the author clearly identified, who is sponsoring the info, how dated is the info, is info specific, is info unique?
Citation of Evidence Name of Author, Title, Volume or Edition, Name-Date-Place of publisher, Page
Finding Sorces Library, Newspapers, Reference Works, Internet
Libraries Librarians, Catalogues, Periodical/General/Special databases.
Reference Works Encyclopedias, Yearbooks(almanacs and facts of file), Dictionaries, Quotations Books, Biographies, Atlases & Gazetteer
Internet Search Engins - Google, Yahoo & Alta VistaMetasearch Engines - Dogpile, MetacrawlerVirtual Libraries Specialized Resources - Govenrment
Interview Preparation Identify what you want to accomplish, who could answer the questions, if the interview will be recorded (ask the interviewee's permission)Arrage logistics (who, what, when...etc.)Prepare Questions.
Interview Questions to Ask Ask Questions that are - Reasonable, Direct & Specific
Interview Questions not to Ask Things you can answer on your own, Leading or Hostile questions
At an Interview Dress Appropriately, be on time, Repeat the Purpose of he Interview, Set up Recording Equitment if they have agreed, Don't stray from the topic, Listen to the speaker attentively, Don't stay too long.
After the Interview Review and Transcribe your notes
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