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1. Useful and high quality websites to find information about your topic and problem. Look at the sources that represent a series of ideas: pro and argument in favor of your reasoning. • Google News.com • Scirus.com • Pewglobal.org • Infomine.ucr.edu • Scholargoogle.com 2. Use the SMC library databases: • Advanced Search • ERIC • Presentation of academic research 3. Search for print fonts • Books.google.com • See the bulletin: "Suitable Search Sources" in eCompanion • Scientific sources • Laundry 4. Primary sources and secondary sources: • Main sources: Your document should contain one or two main sources: interviews, interviews and experts. • Secondary sources: These are the scientific articles in SMC databases. 5. Rate your websites. 1
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• When looking for sources, ask the following questions: Is the source reliable? You may not use the Site if there is no sponsor, publisher, author or purpose. Is the origin logical for the article? Is it appropriate and effective for your Hajj? Is that relevant? Keep your articles for five years from 2012. Your topic and question should be relevant. Is the source of a series of ideas: a pro and a trick in your subject and your problem? Note: Your article is also rated for reliability, objectivity, coverage, validity, and credibility. 6. Stay away from what your sources say you say: tune • Kathleen McPhoter describes the compilation as "the combination of two or more ideas to identify similarities and differences and to create new ideas and ideas." [This is important] when you read two or more articles in a single topic. "(532-533) In other words, when you are looking for sources, not only unify ideas from different sources, but synthesize them, unify them into a single entity, leading to new ideas. • Below is a list of questions that will guide your research: What are the key issues of your resources? What do you share? Are there ideas from different sources? The facts? Examples? Expert opinions? What are the differences? Attitude? Aims? Leader? Note: You must associate the fonts with your own ideas. You will hide ideas from your own sources by giving them credit. You have to bring all sources beyond your own thoughts. Your documents will be judged based on the strength of your reasoning, your critical thinking and the strength of your authenticity. Keep your sources / directories in a maximum of two points. • According to Sylvain Barnett and Hugo Baidu, accidental exchanges of critical thinking, reading and writing do not release the author from the obligation to refer to a source (278). They claim that even if you change all two words in the source, they steal. 7. Transition from the ideas of the sources to oneself To which question (research question) will the document answer? How do you support the sources and solve your search?
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