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Which of the following choices is an example of primary research?
You are researching the effects of merit-based pay on teacher retention. What Boolean operator should you use in order to capture articles that use the term “teachers” as well as articles that use the term “educators”?
Which of the following is an example of how information can have economic value? Check all that apply.
When conducting a database search, where would you look for specific information about a particular source?
“People who live in houses and apartments in cities and towns that are located in the southwestern area of the United States have been greatly affected by a lack of rainfall in recent years.” Which of the following statements above the previous sentence is TRUE?
Imagine that you are conducting research into the use of restorative justice programs in high schools. You come across a blog post on the topic. How would you go about evaluating this source?
Conducting interviews for a social sciences paper is an example of:
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Giving context to the sources you discuss in your paper and citing your sources in-text and in your references both are examples of:
Of the examples below, select the one that best fits the definition of a primary source for research on the history of America’s national parks.
Read the thesis statement: “Standardized test scores should not be a factor in college admissions decisions because they are biased in favor of those with the resources to pay for test preparation.” Select the sentence below that best describes this example.
When conducting research for an environmental science class about the water quality in a local river, which of the following would be considered a secondary source?
Fill in the blanks by selecting the choice that presents the best words in the proper order: “While ____________ is a convenient place to start for a simple information need, it is better to use _____________________ for in-depth research.”