Use the handout given to you at the start of the workshop to follow along.
1. Define what a primary source is in each subject area and give examples.
2. Write down your focused research topic/question. Discuss with a peer related topics that you need to explore. Create an outline, mind map, or storyboard to make the connections between the concepts.
3. Jot down the keywords, synonyms, and/or related terms for your major concepts.
4. Using CAPOW as the foundations, identify element(s) that you should make a conscious effort to evaluate for your subject-specific research.
5. Pick a database (below) that is relevant to your topic and find at least one article. Use your keywords to create a Boolean search strategy. Find at least one article relevant to your research and add the appropriate information to your research log.
Lee, Samantha and Shana Lebowitz. "20 cognitive biases that bcrew up your decisions." Business Insider, 26 Aug. 2015, 12:38, www.businessinsider.com/cognitive-biases-that-affect-decisions-2015-8.
"How to Spot Fake News." IFLA, 13 Feb. 2017, www.ifla.org/publications/node/11174.