In this course guide for CS 368 you will find quality information sources from a variety of fields relevant to your study of professional responsibility in the field of computer science. You will also find information about citing your sources and where to go for help with research and writing.
Scholarship is a conversation, and one of the ways that conversation is conducted is through publications. Primary literature starts the conversation by presenting original research, scientific findings, first-hand accounts of an event, or other original work. Secondary literature continues the conversation by interpreting, summarizing, analyzing, or commenting on primary literature. The following video will help you distinguish between these two types of information sources.
The video below recaps the process for finding and evaluating information sources for research projects.
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