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Category Archives: communication studies
This article from the LA Times talks about a hoax from Swedish Tech company, Day4.
Here’s a quote from the article:
Day4, as the Swedish production company is called, said it was disturbed by how ready people were to believe
I was thinking about this, and I actually cannot remember when, exactly, I learned to read citations. This is an important skill to develop because it will help you track down more resources for your research and writing and prevents… Read more
One of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) I get as a librarian is in the vein of “My professor told me I had to find this… Read more
The library now has a YouTube channel with lots of information about how to find resources, services we offer, and some “how to” videos about certain tasks you might be trying to accomplish.
Check it out: http://www.youtube.com/user/TCULibrary101
Occasionally, I will actually get stuck in a search I’m doing. I will feel like I am just not finding enough recent sources on a topic. That can be frustrating especially when I know the resources are out there somewhere,… Read more
Last summer, I shared a presentation with some of my colleagues about Wikipedia. Most professors and librarians would tell you not to use Wikipedia at all, that it is bad source because anyone can change any information at… Read more
As I was thinking about how I teach research, I realized that I’m not always as clear as I could be about a method for how to do research. So here’s a brief breakdown of my process:
- Determine what
I realize that the midterm elections were back in November. I am originally from CA, and the governor’s race there was full of mudslinging political ads. There were lots of those here in TX as well.
When you think about… Read more