Use this guide to remind you of resources demonstrated during the library research workshop.
The tabs at the top will help you navigate the guide.
Contact the library at email@example.com if you need help. A 24/7 library chat service, Ask A Librarian is also available.
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Wikipedia's a great place to start looking for information when you don't know much about a topic. However, it's a "wiki," which means that anyone can edit the information in the articles - information may or may not be checked for accuracy in a timely fashion. It's also not a scholarly or academic source. It's an encyclopedia, providing an overview of topics, not in-depth, academic evaluation. Because anyone can edit the articles there's no way of knowing whether the author is an expert or not. So here are a few tips for using Wikipedia: