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    Wikipedia Is Credible

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    use of Wikipedia as a legitimate research source. A legitimate source can be defined as a source that is well written with factual information by an author who is credible in the field to which the source is discussing. According to this definition, Wikipedia is not a legitimate source because anyone can contribute to an article with little to no expertise. Not everyone agrees, however. Some people say that Wikipedia is on its way to becoming a credible source by having many individuals critique…

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    Reliable Sources

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    Which Ones are Reliable Sources of Information? There are several ways in which one can judge the reliability of an online source from the criteria listed in the PowerPoint: The library, online video, audio, and visuals. The library is a very good way to judge the reliability of the sources found online. Peer reviews and scholarly articles can be found within the archives of the library. According to Angelo State University (2015), peer review are articles written by experts and are reviewed…

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    To being, I obtain my information from my classes, professors, family, friends, movies, and books. If I find something important or useful I will remember it and possibly use the information later. However, this does not mean that I live in an echo chamber, I do not repeat everything said. I reword what was said so that it makes sense to me and so that it is in my own words. Furthermore, I process information by deciding whether or not I find it useful and/or interesting. If I decide that…

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    and revise it. Research essays use secondary sources. The types and functions of secondary sources is also talked about in this book. Secondary sources are literary criticism, biography, and history. The type of essay that you use will determine which type of source that you will need. Unless you are told otherwise, secondary sources are supposed to be used as an addition to your argument. It’s also important to be able to decide if your secondary source is factual or opinion. Chapter 30 also…

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    Cattle Wikipedia Essay

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    Wikipedia is known for being a rich source for information on thousands of topic. Due to its open source format, pages consist of information from a medley of sources. With that, some information is lost from each specific source, as not all the contents of each source can be included on a page. For my investigation, I looked at Wikipedia’s page for Cattle. I have always been interested in the animal, as cows are my favorite, but I never took the time to actually learn about it. When I was…

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    suppliers or partners? Do we need it in one place or can we access it from multiple locations, through technology? Do we need it permanently on call or just at predictable intervals? Are there talent pools that are more or less attractive to us? Does the source of talent we have identified require changes to processes or tasks to access it effectively? Could we change the need for talent by changing the business requirement in some way? The answers to these questions will ultimately define the…

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    Identification and Evaluation of Sources: For the historical investigation, I wanted to do something that was relevant to my life but also something that is considered history now. My life includes high school sports and looking at that and history, Title IX was brought back to my attention. In the year 1972, Title IX of the Education Amendments Act, was passed. The basics behind Title IX were that if an activity was funded by Federal means, then no person, on the basis of sex, could be…

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    someone else’s work, give them credit as a reliable source and everything the source could have written, be something that is either plagiarized or completely made up. The role information literacy plays in this is under the analyzing section, that is where you apply the CRAPP test to determine if the source is really reliable or not. Once you can conclude whether the source is or isn’t creditable, you can then use the research that came with your source and incorporate it into your own work, of…

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    These are typically caused by their habitat being too cold or too humid. Some of the most noticeable signs of a respiratory infection is mucus around the mouth and nose, difficulty breathing, their body and/or throat may be puffy, and they will be open-mouth breathing (How to Care for Bearded Dragons). If your “beardie” has any of these signs and you suspect they might has a respiratory infection then you should take them to a veterinarian who deals with reptiles regularly in order to get the…

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    Upon finding out I had to use a Linux for a week I was a little concerned. I have had prior interest with the open source operating system but never enough to actually want to put it on my machine.I have read and heard horror stories that certain drivers couldn 't be found or that wireless couldn 't be enabled in the system due to multiple reasons. But, I went in with an open mind and was pleasntly surprised with the outcome and ease of access that Ubuntu made available to me. Installation was…

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