Developing your information skills is an important part of learning and studying and will help you succeed at university and beyond.
Information skills include finding, evaluating and using the most relevant and reliable information for your assignment, project or dissertation.
As you are doing your research, make sure you evaluate the quality and usefulness of the sources you consult. To do this, have a think about some key quality criteria that will help you work out if the source is a good one to use, also known as the CRAP criteria:
Keeping up-to-date is essential. You can do this in a number of ways:
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