1. Primary & Secondary Sources

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    This video will explain the characteristics of and differences between primary and secondary sources.

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    • Structure of a URL

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      This video will explain the structure of a URL and its components mean. You will be able to better understand how information is transmitted on the Internet, and how pages are organized online.

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      • Keywords & Subject Headings

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        • Joyce on kids and searching and evaluating

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          produced by CyberSmart!

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          • Tracey's Planet Podcast

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            Students in Grade 3 worked collaboratively to research a planet. In Information Literacy Class with Karin Gravina, the students found pictures of their planet, created a script describing their planet and using iPhoto and iMovie, the class created this podcast.

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            • Writing a Research Paper, Part One

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              Explains the first four steps to writing a research paper: 1. Choosing a topic 2. Research 3. Evaluating sources 4. Building an outline

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              • Research skills beyond graduation

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                Using information to learn will continue to be essential to support your role as a classroom teacher and educational professional. This video describes how the skills that you have developed as a graduate student at the University of Melbourne, can be reorientated to support workplace information use, self-directed learning and professional development.

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                • Digital Public Library of America | screencast tour

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                  A closer look at the recently launched DPLA, its features and “how it works, both good and bad.” Linda W. Braun, a library consultant and educator, offers this screencast on the highly anticipated project.

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                  • Top-Level Domains

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                    This video will explain what top-level domains are, and how they can be evaluated to get a general idea of the content of a website.

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                    • Finding databases at Dalhousie University Libraries

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                      No filler here: we show you how to find your database, whether its Project Muse or PubMed, in 30 seconds flat.

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