Research Tools

Overall Tips for Presentation Success (.docx 14.3KB)

For your first presentation, focus on using basic, but credible, resources. We need to see at least 3 sources incorporated into your presentation, all cited in-text and on a Works Cited slide at the end of your presentation. One of those sources should be a scholarly journal article.

What is credible? To determine this, use the CRAAP guidelines below.

CRAAP Evaluation Framework (.pdf 70.4KB)

Thesis Statements

Journal Literature

Academic Search Premier - library periodical database

PLOS - open source journal database

Google Scholar - Google's search for academic literature

Citation Tools

  • Visit this page for a list of guides to help you cite your sources
  • Easybib - this makes citation easy BUT remember to double check the information that it generates. Sometimes, it's incorrect!

Example Powerpoint

After you do your research each week, throw together a nice powerpoint that outlines your research and discussion. Here's an idea of how to frame your presentation:

Salmon Habitat: Sustaining a Healthy Salmon Population (.pptx 97KB)

Macroinvertebrates (.pptx 2693KB)

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