Respiratory Care 201: Information Literacy
- Explain evidence-based research and the role it plays in respiratory care
- Identify different types of professional health scholarship
- Align an information need with the appropriate resource, whether it's a medical database, general search engine, or resource relevant to another discipline.
- Define plagiarism and explain when it is necessary to cite sources
If you have any questions regarding the content in these videos or need research assistance in any course, contact Rob Zai, the myLIBRARIAN for Allied Health majors.
After viewing the videos, please respond to this 2-question assessment so that we might make improvements for future RSP 201 students.
This video introduces the concept of evidence-based practice and research. (2:50)
Recognizing Quality Sources for Research in Repiratory Care
This video discusses scholarly sources and highlights the types of research studies health professionals are likely to encounter (3:11).
Selecting a Research Tool
From Google and Google Scholar to library databases, RSP students have various research tools to select. This video helps students consider context before selecting a search system (4:02).
This video from Bainbridge State College will define plagiarism and provide instruction for how to avoid plagiarism and when to cite sources. (2:51)
More information on how to cite sources is available through the OWL at Purdue.
Finished? Please respond to this 2-question assessment so that we might make improvements for future RSP 201 students.
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