This guide provides a starting point for resources in different areas of focus within Information. Use the tabs on the side for research guidance in each area: Library & Information Sciences (Libraries & Archives), Information Sciences, Data Science, and Games & Design.
The social sciences typically use APA style for citations (the American Psychological Association); however, this may differ depending on the specific discipline, journal/publisher, or what your instructor requests. See the resources below for help.
Use this chart to determine what citation manager might work best for you. A citation manager helps you organize your sources and format them into a bibliography. Some citation managers also let you annotate and save within the program.
Faculty and instructors, get in touch if you would like to discuss incorporating information literacy more into your classes. With limited time for getting to your content, we can collaborate on how to more seamlessly integrate teaching research skills into what you're already doing, rather than adding on more. I can help you with content, activities, assignments, and assessment.
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