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Digital Key Concepts Management 102 Professor Estenson. Chapter 12 Research. Operation Tailwind. 60 Minutes Benghazi. Starting Point. It your responsibility to present accurate information. Clearly understand your research question

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Digital key concepts management 102 professor estenson

Digital Key ConceptsManagement 102Professor Estenson

Chapter 12

Research


Operation tailwind

Operation Tailwind


60 minutes benghazi

60 Minutes Benghazi


Starting point

Starting Point

  • It your responsibility to present accurate information.

  • Clearly understand your research question

  • Go to Licensed Electronic Databases (the library is your new best place to hand out)

  • Specialized dictionaries and encyclopedias


Internet

Internet

  • Not all information is authoritative

  • You can spend hours if not organized

  • Most solid research is not on general web


Validate your sources

Validate Your Sources

  • Author is qualified expert

  • Information is objective

    • Sources cited

    • Fact based

    • Bias and opinions stated as such

    • Information is accurate

    • Information is current


Plagiarism

Plagiarism

  • Use of information with citing the source even if only paraphrasing the content. You are plagiarizing.


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