UCF Libraries, UCF IT, and UCF Student Government have collaborated to bring Free Student Printing to all UCF Libraries locations! Starting April 19th, 2021, students will now be able to use their weekly $2.00 print funds provided by Student Government towards the cost of printing at UCF Libraries locations. Print jobs will automatically deduct from […]
All 5 challenges of the Spring 2021 Minimizing Misinformation series are ready for you to flex your muscles and test your information fluency skills.
So much news…and not news…so little time! Use these four steps to help you quickly evaluate news items to give you the best opportunity to make informed decisions. You can view the full Research Tips Thursday series at guides.ucf.edu/rtt
To really understand an academic article you first need to have a handle on the types of research scholars use to explore theories and hypotheses. This tip will introduce quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods research. You can view the full Research Tips Thursday series at guides.ucf.edu/rtt
We have gathered suggestions to feature 16 books of poetry that are currently in the UCF collection. These works represent the wide range of favorite poets for our faculty and staff. To compliment the works featured on the 2021 list, an additional 200 poetry books grace the shelves of our Featured Display next to the Research & Information Desk on the main floor of the John C. Hitt Library.
Data is a powerful tool when you need to support an argument, but it can also be used against you! Here are some things to look out for when evaluating data and statistics. You can view the full Research Tips Thursday series at guides.ucf.edu/rtt
Challenge 3 in the Spring 2021 Minimizing Misinformation series is ready to test your knowledge on evaluating images, and if you have completed the first 2 challenges this one brings a special prize, a Libraries ducky temporary tattoo! Spring 2021 Minimizing Misinformation Challenge 3
Statistics go a long way to support an argument, but only if you really understand what they mean. In this tip, we’ll take a closer look at common misunderstandings around statistical significance. You can view the full Research Tips Thursday series at guides.ucf.edu/rtt
Our featured question this month is: “How do I find peer reviewed articles?” There’s lots of options to use. In the center of the library homepage, you can use QuickSearch, search using the Articles tab, or the Database button to select a specific database that covers your subject area. QuickSearch searches many of our databases. […]