Try each challenge and see how an expert researcher might do it
Master speculative searching by knowing better where to look for information, how to use keywords and operators, when to browse and when to choose other methods.
Find information even when it is unclear where to look and how to get there.
Investigate the source and content of information to determine if it can be trusted. Discover what respected sources think about the information.
Determine the credibility of information by fact checking content and investigating the author, publisher, date and secondary references.
Use credible information ethically. Avoid plagiarism by citing information completely and properly. Know how to find the necessary information for a citation.
Track down the details you need to cite information: author, date, title, publisher, and more.
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