This module presents the structure and content of a typical history journal.
Infographic detailing the RADAR framework for evaluating sources. See also the …
Infographic detailing three ways to determine if a journal article is peer-reviewed: 1) using a database peer-review feature, 2) checking the journal…
Infographic detailing the peer-review process.
An infographic that presents step by step options for organizing information used in graduate level literature reviews.
A set of short modules introducing the RADAR acronym, process for evaluating information, and downloadable handout for independent practice.
Integrated lessons on reading and understanding journal articles.
A decision tree to walk through critical factors in selecting a journal for publication.
A checklist to help you review different factors to determine a journal's quality and decide whether you would publish in it.
Infographic detailing how to search for and download statistics (or aggregate data) from the Statistics Canada website using the Data tab…