How do we decide if information is "credible?"
Your project asks you to critique a conspiracy theory - but how do you know what information is reliable and accurate? Watch the two videos below to learn how to use the internet to fact check and evaluate information.
<subject> AND skepticism OR conspiracy
climate change OR global warming AND skepticism OR conspiracy
vaccin* AND skepticism OR conspiracy
moon landing AND skepticism OR conspiracy
Paraphrasing is one of the hardest writing skills to learn. Many students who would never intentionally plagiarize will accidentally plagiarize due to a poor understanding of paraphrasing and/or poor paraphrasing skills. Check out the examples below to understand the difference between correct and incorrect paraphrasing.
Contact the MCC Library if you need help finding or evaluating sources.
Be sure to check out the Virtual Research Workshops on APA, finding sources, and more.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 928-232-4430.
Did you know EBSCO has an app? Download it to your smartphone for reading articles on the go.
Contact the Student Success Center if you need help writing, editing or formatting your paper. Schedule an in person or virtual appointment today.
Call the main MCC number to connect with your Library, Student Success Center or professor: 866-664-2832.