Associate Level Material
Strategies for Gathering Information
Fill in the following information for each of your sources:
List the APA reference citation for the source.
Determine the credibility of the source. Consider the following criteria:
What is the purpose and affiliation of the organization or author related to the article? What are the author’s credentials?
Is the information current? When was the information last updated? Does the information cross-reference with other sources?
Does the source contain bias without evidence to support the claim?
Explain in at least two to four sentences what information you can gather from this source.
Source (formatted consistent with APA guidelines)
What makes the source credible or noncredible?
What information can you gather from this source?
gun control. (2013). In Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved from http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/683775/gun-control
This information is credible because it comes from an encyclopedia. Information contained in these types of media are fact and solid. This article has a lot of information about what exactly gun control is. I think that this would be a good place to start with my introduction to get people familiar with what gun control is.
Knox, J. (2013). Gun control hurts people. Retrieved from http://www.wnd.com/2013/10/gun-control-hurts-people/
I like this article because the author uses information that can be verified with more research. It has firsthand accounts of people who could have been kept safe if they were allowed to have a gun. This is one of the sources that I am going to use to show how gun control could be more harmful. I am going to go more research on one of the firsthand accounts.
M, M. (2013). 10 arguments for gun control. Retrieved from http://listverse.com/2013/04/21/10-arguments-for-gun-control/
I really like this article because it gives reasons as to why gun control is...
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