Tres consejos para detectar imágenes falsas. Desde ayer, lunes, se han difundido por las redes sociales muchas imágenes falsas de ‘Sandy’, algunas muy creíbles como para dudar de estas, pero para detectar estas fotos no solo basta el instinto.
Fiona McCann, editora de Storyful, escribió un post con tres consejos para no caer en la trampa. 1. Conoce la historia de la imagen Descarga la imagen sospechosa o copia su URL en el buscador de imágenes de Google. Para este tipo de búsqueda solo debes ir a Google images y hacer clic en la cámara fotográfica. Learn how to write a research proposal. Plagiarism. Citing and referencing tutorial, Monash University Library. Writing a research thesis. Writing a research proposal. Purpose of a proposal The purpose of the proposal is to help you (as student) to focus and define your research plans.
Guidelines on writing a research proposal. By Matthew McGranaghan This is a work in progress, intended to organize my thoughts on the process of formulating a proposal.
If you have any thoughts on the contents, or on the notion of making this available to students, please share them with me. PHD Proposal - Nottingham University Business School. A typical research proposal will be somewhere between one and two thousand words.
While we do not insist on a definite format, we encourage students to keep the following in mind: The proposal should begin by explaining the subject area in which the research is to be located, and providing an indication of the key theoretical, policy or empirical debates it plans to address.The proposal should then present a brief review of the literature you plan to contribute to in conducting your own research. Guide index. How to write a research proposal. Personality Test - Keirsey.com *** Keirsey Temperament Sorter II. Thompson Writing Program: Writing as a Process. La argumentación. Www.upf.edu/pdi/dtf/carmen_lopez_ferrero/argument.pdf. IASC: The Hedgehog Review - Volume 14, No. 1 (Spring 2012) - Why Google Isn’t Making Us Stupid…or Smart - Chad Wellmon.
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This essay may not be resold, reprinted, or redistributed for compensation of any kind without prior written permission. Please contact The Hedgehog Review for further details. Last year The Economist published a special report not on the global financial crisis or the polarization of the American electorate, but on the era of big data. Thompson Writing Program: Handouts and Resources. Whales in the Minnesota River? A Rising Tide of Web Sites That Are Born of Hate. Url Decoder. Home > Research Help > General Research Help Topics > Evaluating Internet Information > Url Decoder Uniform Resource Locators, or URLs, are the Internet addresses that you see on the Location bars at the top or bottom of your Web browser (e.g., Netscape or Internet Explorer).
URLs provide a standard format for the transmission and reception of a wide variety of information types. Teaching Web Search Skills: Companion Web Page. Search Engine Showdown: The Users' Guide to Web Searching. Search Engine Advertising. Home - Evaluating Information Found on the Internet - Library Guides at Johns Hopkins University. Com: Do more. Ipl2: Information You Can Trust. Class Handouts for Teaching Web Searching-The Library. Weingarten Learning Resources Center.
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The Office of Learning Resources (OLR) provides professional instruction in university relevant skills such as academic reading, writing, study strategies, and time management to the Penn student community. The Office of Student Disabilities Services (SDS) provides comprehensive, professional services and programs for students who self-identify with disabilities to ensure equal academic opportunities and participation in University-sponsored programs. Evaluating Web Pages: Techniques to Apply & Questions to Ask. Practical Steps in Evaluating Internet Resources - Evaluating Information Found on the Internet - Library Guides at Johns Hopkins University. Distinguishing Propaganda and Misinformation - Evaluating Information Found on the Internet - Library Guides at Johns Hopkins University. "Nobody's perfect" is an excellent rule of thumb in most cases but a bad omen when you're looking for information on the no-editorial-control Internet.
Misinformation differs from propaganda in that it always refers to something which is not true. It differs from disinformation in that it is "intention neutral": it isn't deliberate, it's just wrong or mistaken. "It's going to require numerous IRA agents. " -- George W. Bush commenting on Al Gore's tax plan, which he felt would lead to a larger Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and probably not a larger Irish Republican Army (IRA), in a campaign speech given at Greensboro, N.C., Oct. 10, 2000 (Read the Salon archive of "Bushisms") One of the most popular forms of misinformation on the Internet, especially e-mail, is the passing along of urban legends.
Items to Consider - Evaluating Information Found on the Internet - Library Guides at Johns Hopkins University. Home - Evaluating Information Found on the Internet - Library Guides at Johns Hopkins University. The World Wide Web offers information and data from all over the world.
Because so much information is available, and because that information can appear to be fairly “anonymous”, it is necessary to develop skills to evaluate what you find. When you use a research or academic library, the books, journals and other resources have already been evaluated by scholars, publishers and librarians. Every resource you find has been evaluated in one way or another before you ever see it. Www.vpul.upenn.edu/lrc/lr/PDF/primary sources %28W%29.pdf.
Peer Review. What Does "Peer Reviewed" or "Refereed" Mean?
Peer Review is a process that journals use to ensure the articles they publish represent the best scholarship currently available. When an article is submitted to a peer reviewed journal, the editors send it out to other scholars in the same field (the author's peers) to get their opinion on the quality of the scholarship, its relevance to the field, its appropriateness for the journal, etc. Distinguishing Scholarly Journals from Other Periodicals. Thompson Writing Program: Working with Sources. A Touchy Topic: Plagiarism. As the semester comes to a close, many students feel pressed for time and are overwhelmed by exam preparation and writing their final projects or essays. Evaluating Sources of Information. Summary: Evaluating sources of information is an important step in any research activity. This section provides information on evaluating bibliographic citations, aspects of evaluation, reading evaluation, print vs.
Internet sources, and evaluating Internet sources. College Writing Guide - Patrick Rael. Resumen de políticas de la apa para citas y referencias bibliográficas - Razón y Palabra. En revistas cuya numeración es progresiva en las diferentes ediciones que componen un volumen, se pone solamente el número de este último (en caracteres arábigos): Rules for Writers with Tabs with 2009 MLA and 2010 APA Updates - Diana Hacker.
George Orwell’s 5 Rules for Effective Writing. In our society, the study of language and literature is the domain of poets, novelists, and literary critics. Language is considered a decorative art, fit for entertainment and culture, but practically useless in comparison to the concrete sciences.
Just look at the value of a college degree in English versus one in computer science or accounting. But is this an accurate assessment of value? Language is the primary conductor between your brain and the minds of your audience. Ineffective language weakens and distorts ideas. Rules for Writers 6e.