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neurons than writing notes out longhand and therefore leads to better recall of the information. According to Booth et al. (2016) which of the following items are needed before one can start looking efficiently for data, ideas, and information to test a claim? I. A clear question II. At least one promising answer or hypothesis III. A plan for how to proceed
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The intended audience for a Secondary Source would most often be scholars or professionals Which of the following methods is NOT recommended by Booth et al. (2016) when attempting to find specific resources to support an argument or claim? All these options are recommended According to "The Story of Search," how will the word jams be treated in the following search queries? Query 1: 405 highway rush hour traffic jams Query 2: Best old school R & B jams Query 3: How to treat finger jams Query 4: bottles for preserving jams The Google synonym system will attempt to interpret which meaning you intend using context clues like the other words in the search Classify the following source according to the 3 type system presented in Booth et al.: An article from Wikipedia on the History of Video Games used in a paper on the consequences of video gaming for young children. A tertiary source Juanicia has determined that a research article she is reading is highly relevant to her research question and also very reliable. What is the very first thing that she should do next, according to Booth et al. (2016). Copy the complete bibliographic data for the article into your notes TRUE/ FALSE : When it comes to evaluating the reliability of a potential source, there are few good indicators, so one must rely mostly on "instinct". When evaluating a source for possible inclusion in a research project or paper, skimming is strongly recommended. Place the following sections in the order recommended when skimming a source that is a book for relevance . A. Skim the bibliography for titles relevant to your topic B. Skim the concluding chapter C. Skim the first and last paragraphs of each chapter D. Skim the index for your keywords E. Skim prologues, introductions, and summary chapters DCEBA
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For which of the following reasons do Booth et al. (2016) recommend a student read secondary sources when just starting out on a new research project? All of the above There are many different lists and frameworks that can be used when evaluating the quality or credibility of a potential source. In the very-much simplified system presented by Booth et al. (2016), there are just two major criteria. What are they? Relevance and reliability TRUE/ FALSE : Booth et al. remark that the usual research strategy of finding a "trailhead" into the research literature and then following the citations forward or backward to better, more relevant research only works for simple research questions and projects.
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