Calendar Entry

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Event Description:
Learn how to tell the difference between scholarly and popular sources, and between primary, secondary and tertiary sources. Know where to find them and when it is appropriate to use them. Learn eleven simple questions to ask yourself when trying to decide whether an information source is trustworthy for your research. Essential for anyone who has to find reliable sources for discussion questions and papers.
Room: Online Elluminate Room

Center for Distance Learning
113 West Avenue

Saratoga Springs, NY 12866-6079, USA
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Center for Distance Learning

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Contact Person / Department:
Name: Dana Longley

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Event Time(s):
6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Event Date(s)":03/06/2013