If there’s one thing modern society seems to be good at, it’s creating content and making it available. According to VCloud News, 2.5 billion gigabytes of content are created each day1. To quantify that a bit more, that means the amount of data created each day is equal to streaming 1 billion hours of high definition TV.
So, is it any wonder that undergraduates are often overwhelmed at the outset of a research project? Where should they begin? How can they evaluate the quality of content sources and ensure that they’re using relevant, expert information?
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