As your text states, anyone can put anything on the Web. To evaluate the quality of Web sites, we can think in terms of five criteria for evaluating the credibility of websites. As stated in your lecture, they are: Authority Accuracy Objectivity Currency
LEARNING PLAN SMART Goal #1 I want to increase my reading comprehension and speed. Activities: Read one front-page article from BBC.co.uk. or CNN.com per day Time my reading Increase my vocabulary when I don't know a word after reading SMART Goal #2 I wan
Leadership is one of the qualities that everyone can possess in ease. Some people are born leaders whereas some are made into one on the due course of time. Leadership can be understood as an influence of one person on another for completion of a chore. L
CHAPTER 12 INFORM Learning to speak and write properly will be two of the most valuable skills you will ever develop. Proper techniques of speaking and writing help you improve work, and at home. Learning to research and prepare a paper or presentation is
CHAPTER 11 PROSPER Changing and strengthening your money management skills can impact your life forever and make you fiscally fit. Most of this chapter will be devoted to teaching vital points about current and future finances. Important tips for preparin
CHAPTER 10 UNDERSTAND When you read and study information, you learn amazing things. Chapter is all about-learning how to study, how to increase memory capacity, and how to take assessments more effectively. Three types of memory: 1. Sensory memory stores
Listening considered by many communication experts be one of the most essential skills for building relationships, solving problems, becoming open-minded, learning new information, and getting along in life. Listening help on note taking, retaining inform
CHAPTER 8 READ Reading makes you smarter and more knowledgeable about many subjects. You really want to learn, reading is the key. No other single skill comes close to offering you the benefits of knowing how to effectively read and comprehend information
CHAPTER 7 LEARN Discover how to learn and how you learn are two of most important things ever doing for yourself. Learning how to learn means you know where to find information, store information in brain so it's easily retrievable. Learning how you learn
CHAPTER 6: PRIORITIZE Poor time management leads to more stress and more stress leads to poor time management skills. However, learning to effectively manage your time, you can reduce a major factor that contributes to stress levels in your life. TIME-YOU
CHAPTER 5 THINK Critical Thinking major aspect of daily life, affecting nature of the way lives and function in society. Ability to think critically, solve problems, and become information literate going to help you greatly in all of your classes and well
CHAPTER 3 PERSIST This chapter will help you maneuver through college with greater ease. Chapter is all about: learning how to hold on, learning how to push yourself, learning where to go for assistance, and never being afraid to ask for help. Information
CHAPTER 2: ENGAGE Your success depends on personal motivation and learned optimism. You have to physically, and emotionally engage in motivate yourself to accomplish your goals and dreams. Help you learn how to become a more motivated person and how to be
CHAPTER 1: CHANGE It is about to help understand some of the basic truths about college life and academic survival. Written to help you learn to adjust to college life, discover potential, build strengths, and bring positive change Life through self analy
What are some examples of effective ways research papers can be organized and arranged?
Some of the ways are; keeping the cover page in stated format, centralized headings, page number, standardized way of writing citations etc.
Besides the obvious answe
Academic strengths: I found that I retain information well when it appeals to my interests. Academic challenges: I found that I sometimes have difficulty focusing on study. Communication strengths: I found that I have a strong desire to communicate well.