Digital Open Education Resources
- Information Literacy: Basic Research Skills
- Copy(write): Intellectual Property in the Writing Classroom
- The Information Literacy User’s Guide: An Open, Online Textbook
- Choosing and Using Sources: A Guide to Academic Research
- The Process of Research Writing
- The Debunking Handbook 2020
- The Better Arguments Project: Education Library
- Web Literacy and Student Fact-Checkers
Websites and Digital Archives
The following websites are librarian-evaluated to provide trustworthy information for your topic. They include digitized collections connected to your topic.
Subject headings are selected terms to represent a topic. Searching subject headings in the library catalog will bring the most complete list of results. Below are some example subject headings. More subject headings can be located in the red books at the reference desk.
- Critical Thinking
- Fake News
- Information design
- Information literacy
- Local mass media
- Media literacy
- Media studies
- Research -- Handbooks
The following databases are specifically useful for your topic. You can search them individually on the databases page.
Print Materials at the Von Canon Library
Below are some selected materials in the library with their shelving locations. Browsing in the listed areas of the library will help you find more materials for your topic.
|Research Strategies: Finding Your Way Through the Information Fog||Z 710 .B23 2014|
|Debunk It!: How to Stay Sane in a World of Misinformation||BC 177 .G736 2014|
|Teaching Information Literacy: 50 Standards-Based Exercises for College Students||ZA 3075 .B87 2010|
|Find It Fast: Extracting Expert Information from Social Networks, Big Data, Tweets, and More||ZA 3075 .B47 2015|
|From Reliable Sources: An Introduction to Historical Methods||D 16 .H713|
|Critical Thinking: A Concise Guide||eBook, 2002|
|The Psychology of Fake News: Accepting, Sharing, and Correcting Misinformation||eBook 2021|