So where might you look to find credible information? Head to the Shapiro Library Homepage to begin your research. For the activity below, you will develop relevant keywords about gun violence and type them into the Multi-Search box to find an article you think provides the most accurate and useful information. This tool helps you think of other terms to use in your search and shows how to connect them in a search phrase. Don't forget what you learned from sifting earlier!
Here are two ways to get to the Shapiro Library website:
SPECIAL TIP! ***Once you are ON the library home page, you can access my.snhu and Brightspace from there too (at the bottom of the page)! So if you bookmark/favorite the Shapiro Library website in your browser, you will have one-stop shopping to all your SNHU needs!
The long search box on the Shapiro Library home page is called the Multi-Search and allows you to search a large number of library resources at once. It is a great place to begin your research. Later you might try out specific databases for further information on your topic. This brief video walks you through how to use the Multi-Search tool.
Use the SIFT methodology This link opens in a new window to evaluate your library article. Click on the link in the previous sentence or on the image below to learn the steps of the SIFT method. Use the steps to evaluate your article. Click "Submit" below to justify your article selection.