Evaluating Online Sources Using the SIFT MethodThe SIFT method is a process to determine whether you can trust information you find online. It was developed by Mike Caulfield, director of the Digital Polarization Initiative and an instructor at Washington State University - Vancouver.
There are four parts to this process:
Investigate the source
Find better coverage
Trace claims, media and coverage back to the original context
New Student Library OrientationThis tutorial will walk you through:
Finding and navigating the Library website
Getting research help
Getting started with a research project
Searching for eBooks and peer reviewed journal articles
Creating and evaluating citations
Searching: Matches and MismatchesThis tutorial aims to help people consider the benefits and limitations when searches are limited to searching a descriptive record as is often the case with books.
For Specific Courses
EVST 475: Searching the LiteratureThis tutorial will walk you through:
Navigating Armacost Library resources
Searching for research & scholarly literature
Refining your search strategies
Citing your sources
Using Google Scholar & Interlibrary Loan to expand your reach
Facial Recognition at the University of RedlandsThe Association for Computing Machinery's (ACM) recommends that "An FR system should be activated only after some form of meaningful advance public notice of the intention to deploy it is provided and, once activated, ongoing public notice...[and] subject to public input, scrutiny, and oversight."
This tutorial aims to help the University follow ACM's recommendations.