The materials on these pages have been designed to give you a foundation in information literacy and critical thinking. Topics have been divided among six modules; each includes videos, tutorials, and quizzes. These modules cover why information literacy skills matter and how to get started with a research project, including understanding the process, choosing a topic, and beginning research.
This topic guide provides resources to help you think critically about the information that you gain from media. Resources on this site will cover evaluating media resources for your academic pursuits and recognizing and being critical of news sources. With the increase in fake news on social, these skills are particularly important in your collegiate learning and your development as working professional in your field.
Learn how to use RefWorks, the reference and research manager available to all UNT students, faculty, and staff. What is RefWorks?
RefWorks is a web-based reference manager that allows you to create your own personal database of references and documents for both academic and personal use.
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