Whenever you quote, paraphrase, summarize, or otherwise refer to the work of another, you are required to cite your source and provide a complete reference for your source in a bibliography, list of references or works cited.
Flipped Classroom Activity - Understanding information sources
Please review the materials in this box (4 short videos and 1 short PowerPoint) and complete the Flipped Classroom Quiz on Canvas.
Read through the PowerPoint on empirical research articles below:
Searching Google Scholar through the library's connection provides you free access to our full-text articles.
You can find articles in lots of different journals and magazines by using an Article Database, Summon, or Google Scholar. Using the Advanced search options can help you limit your search to empirical research articles.