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MGT 201  

A guide to basic resources for Business research
Last Updated: Feb 17, 2017 URL: http://research.zondervanlibrary.org/mgt201 Print Guide RSS Updates

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This guide introduces you to key resources for doing business research -- and other research for that matter. For more detailed sources see the Business Research Guide

Don't hesitate to contact Dan Bowell, University Librarian, or a Research Assistant at the ASK desk if you have questions about using resources in the guide or other research questions.

 

Here's Dan’s contact information: dnbowell@taylor.edu or 765-998-5241.

 

And you can initiate communication any time with a librarian through Ask-A-Librarian.

 

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Evaluating Information

CARS:
  Credibility
    Accuracy
      Reasonableness
        Support

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Credibility. Is this source trustworthy? What are the author’s credentials? Is he or she known or a respected authority on this topic?  Is there evidence of quality control?

Accuracy. Is the informatio up to date, factual, detailed, exact, comprehensive? What is the intended audience and purpose? Does it reflect intentions of completeness and accuracy. 

Reasonableness. Is the presentation fair, balanced, objective, reasoned? Can you find that the author has no conflict of interest? Is there an absence of fallacies or slanted tone.

Support: Does this information provide background sources or references? Is there contact information for the author? Are claims supported, documentated and corroborated?

Adapted from Virtual Salt. Robert Harris. http://www.virtualsalt.com/evalu8it.htm

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