Subject searching vs. keywords.
This video explains the difference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1Rb52wr_as
Subject searching vs keywords.
Searching Like a Scholar
This video explains the basics of effective searching - https://youtu.be/LTJygQwYV84:
GOOD TOOLS FOR EXPLORING A TOPICS:
The following videos explain how to read and select sources:
I. How to read Academic Sources:
II. How to select sources:
Introduction (Kevin deLaplante of Critical Thinker Academy)
Benefits of using citation tools:
Here are some links to major citation-style manuals from our libraries:
Good information sources with examples on citing and general writing:
Citing AI, ChatGPT, and similar tools
CMU Libraries recognize the importance of AI as a tool for learning and its responsible use in the classroom. When using any Generative AI tools (for example ChatGPT, GrammarlyGo, Bard, Dall-E, etc.). These tools are not exempt from citing as you would for any information sources you use in your research.
Citation guides suggested here should provide guidance for citing these tools. Consult them first. However, below is a list of links that provide examples of the major styles that can help you get started (listed alphabetically):
We provide support to the following management tools:
The quality of your search and results depend on your search strategy: