Category Archives: Wikipedia

Using Wikipedia

Image via Wikipedia There is an informative video on YouTube that will show you some ways that http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBbKDcu_wfgWikipedia can help you with your projects and papers. Here is a quick run down on the differences between scholarly articles and Wikipedia … Continue reading

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Yes and No to Wikipedia

Wikipedia is a good tool that is best used for discovery, choosing a research topic, finding links to similar or related topics, and for quick reference. However, for academic research, defending your thesis, supporting your opinion, and creating bibliography references … Continue reading

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Surfwax

Search the deep web with search engine, Surfwax.  Sort your results by relevance, alphabet, or source.  Use the “focus” feature to find the best words for your search or to find alternate topics, phrases, or concepts to consider for your … Continue reading

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Using Wikipedia or not

Here is some information on the differences between scholarly articles and Wikipedia.  Learn more about what not to use Wikipedia for in your academic work and check out this video on YouTube that will show you some ways that Wikipedia … Continue reading

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