BiblioExpert

BiblioExpert

French

Le repérage de l’information n’est qu’une étape du processus de recherche. Une fois que vous avez trouvé les sources, vous devez déterminer si l’information est digne de confiance et si elle répond à vos besoins. Cet atelier vous apprendra des stratégies qui vous permettront d’évaluer l’information. Nous ferons un survol des critères de sélection, et vous fournirons un outil d’évaluation qui vous aidera à appliquer ces critères. L’atelier comprend également un exercice pratique où vous pourrez mettre en application les concepts acquis.

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Trouvez l’expert: Comment déterminer la pertinence des sources pour votre recherche
Date: 
Thursday 25 February 2016 à 10 h 30 to à 12 h 00
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BiblioExpert

French

Faire allusion aux publications d’autres auteurs pour informer et développer votre pensée est une composante essentielle du travail académique. Apprenez comment  présenter les références de vos sources et les énumérer. Quand faut-il citer? Que faut-il citer? Nous discuterons du plagiat et survolerons les techniques permettant de faire état des sources employées dans vos travaux scolaires : sommaire, paraphrase et citation directe. Il y aura aussi un bref exposé sur les styles de citation fréquemment employés.

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L’art de la citation: Comment éviter les pièges communs de citation et d’énumération des sources
Date: 
Tuesday 9 February 2016 à 13 h 30 to à 15 h 00
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BiblioExpert

English

Locating information is just one step in the research process.  Once you have found your sources you need to determine if the information is reputable and if it will meet your needs.  During this workshop you will learn strategies that will enable you to evaluate your information.  We will provide an overview of selection criteria, as well as an evaluation tool to help you along the way. This workshop will also have a practical exercise thus allowing you to apply the concepts you learned.

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Who's the expert? Determining the value of information for your research
Date: 
Tuesday, 23 February 2016 - 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
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BiblioExpert

English

Referring to the publications of others to inform and develop your own thinking is an essential component of academic work.  Learn how to reference and list sources. When do you cite? What do you cite? Topics will include a discussion on plagiarism and an overview of the techniques to acknowledge your sources in your assignments, namely the summary, the paraphrase, and the direct quote. The session will also include a brief presentation of frequently used citation styles.

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Working with your sources: Avoid common citing and referencing pitfalls
Date: 
Thursday, 11 February 2016 - 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
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BiblioExpert

English

Searching for information is a complex task that often begins with a question that will frame the process. Using a group activity, this workshop will show how to define a manageable research question, create a concept map of your topic, and determine the type of information you need in order to identify relevant sources and the means by which to access these sources.

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Understanding your information needs for better searching
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Thursday, 4 February 2016 - 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
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BiblioExpert

English

Searching for information is a complex task that often begins with a question that will frame the process. Using a group activity, this workshop will show how to define a manageable research question, create a concept map of your topic, and determine the type of information you need in order to identify relevant sources and the means by which to access these sources.

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Understanding your information needs for better searching
Date: 
Thursday, 22 October 2015 - 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
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BiblioExpert

English

Searching for information is a complex task that often begins with a question that will frame the process. Using a group activity, this workshop will show how to define a manageable research question, create a concept map of your topic, and determine the type of information you need in order to identify relevant sources and the means by which to access these sources.

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Understanding your information needs for better searching
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Wednesday, 23 September 2015 - 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
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