In Chapter 1, part 1.5 “Information Today – The State Of the Art” briefly explain in detail about some of the main sources of information we use today. Everyday we use books, journals, magazines, the internet, web 2.0, government and corporate documents to gather information we may need for any kind of writing we may be doing or for knowledge. Book publishing is a continuing process and as we are part of a society that depends on technology a lot, many publishers are publishing electronic versions of books. Information and sources are everywhere no matter where we turn but it is up to you to use your own better judgment to decide whether the sources that are available to us , if they’re reliable and relevant.
- academic integrity access archive audio author Badke blog blogging Books brainstorming citation class classroom copyright course blog course reading DAM database dictionary digital documentation Draft ethics Facebook fair use google Google Books Google Scholar history homework images information intellectual property internet Knowledge libraries library link rot Magazines Media metadata multimedia Music Music Industry networking open access peer review plagiarism preservation privacy process public domain Publishing reading record labels Research research journal research paper research process research proposal research question Research Stratergies Response search search engine subject headings Techniques Technology tips video Web 2.0 wiki Wikipedia writing zines
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