Today, Monica from Library Services spoke with us about Authorship.
She introduced us to ideas about authorship and being an author, and also had us discuss the various formats of research and how we should consider more carefully the types of research sources and materials we reference or use when we start working on our projects.
I suppose it is fairly crucial where we pull information from, because this will influence our project outcomes down the road. With the advancement of technology and rise of social media in the past few years, information of all types is made readily available to us from a myriad of authors and sources. These vary in format, content, authority and relevance. You have to consider how information serves you and your work.
For example, you would probably look at academic journals and newspaper articles if you’re working on psychology or cognition-related subjects. However…
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