Evaluation of the information you have collected is one of the most important steps in your research process. You should evaluate the information with regard to the relevancy of the information to your project, the authority of the source, the scope of the information, point of view (be particularly careful of bias), and the accuracy of the information. This is especially important with Internet sources, since anyone can post information on the Internet.
To locate items in the library catalog, search in iBistro. You may want to limit your search to search only the Keeley Library, instead of all of the SAILS libraries. The following subjects are just some suggestions for your search:
As members of SAILS, Durfee students and teachers can access journal and newspaper articles as well as online reference books, from the library's computers and from home. Simply go to the online catalog page, access the online catalog, and click on .
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Last Updated: December 12, 2008