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ECO 2013 Information Literacy Course Guide: Module 4: Cite Sources

Greg Lindeblom -- South Campus

About This Guide

Welcome to the Information Literacy Competency Course Guide for ECO 2013 Macroeconomics

There are 4 module activities to complete by the due dates indicated in the syllabus.

  1. Watch This! and Do This!- complete these activities in each module.
  2. Research Resources and/or the Additional Resources- helps you complete your activities
  3. Poll This!- complete this brief poll in each module during class when instructed
  4. Need help? Ask us! The box to the right below the poll has the contact information for all of the Faculty Librarians on South Campus, as well as a link (blue button) to make a research appointment.

You will receive feedback from the faculty librarian throughout the semester that will help you hone your research, citation, and critical thinking skills.

Watch This!

Citing Sources

*Note: Please view in YouTube or use full screen option.

Do This!

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS (Please read before you begin the tutorial):

1. You must complete the tutorial in one sitting (there is no way to save your progress).
2. Once you complete the tutorial, click on "Generate a certificate!" and either save it as a PDF and/or print it.
3. If you would like to open the tutorial in a new, larger window, click here or on the link below the tutorial that says "APA References: An Interactive Tutorial."

Information Literacy Framework Resources

At Broward College, Information Literacy is one of the General Education learning outcomes. The Association of College & Research Libraries defines information literacy as

the set of integrated abilities encompassing the reflective discovery of information, the understanding of how information is produced and valued, and the use of information in creating new knowledge and participating ethically in communities of learning. 

For more information, visit the  Framework for Information Literacy page on the Association of College & Research Libraries website. 
As faculty, Broward College librarians teach information literacy through library instruction sessions.  

 

Poll -- Citing Sources

When we properly cite our sources using assigned standards of style (such as APA)
We are giving credit to the original ideas of others in our own academic work: 3 votes (25%)
We are demonstrating that information has value: 0 votes (0%)
We are acknowledging that research/scholarship is a conversation: 0 votes (0%)
All of the above: 9 votes (75%)
Total Votes: 12

Need help? Ask us!

Faculty Librarians

 Email Us

Chris Casper
ccasper@broward.edu

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Lori Albrizio
lalbrizi@broward.edu

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Andrea Du Chaussee
Library Assistant
aduchaus@broward.edu


If you're having trouble with research and citation a faculty librarian can help you.

APA Quick Tips

  • Check out the Broward College Libraries' comprehensive APA Guide for additional, comprehensive APA assistance.
  • All statistics (any information that contains percentages or numbers, for example) require both an in-text and References page citation. 
  • Remember to partially quote or paraphrase to show that you have read and understood the source materials you are using. Avoid blocks of direct quoting, particularly without introducing your own ideas first!
  • For help with creating References entries (especially for sources you did not retrieve from a library database), use a reliable online citation generator, such as NoodleTools or check out our Tips for Using the Microsoft Word References Tool.