Evaluating online information: Using the CRAP test

Evaluating online information: Using the CRAP test

Welcome to this video from the Carleton University Library on evaluation online information using the CRAP test. Not everything we find on the web is appropriate for our academic research but sometimes it’s hard to tell what information we can use and what information we shouldn’t use. Here is a simple way to remember: You […]

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State and Federal Reporting

State and Federal Reporting

State reporting… it’s not flashy and if you don’t work closely with it you might not even remember it’s a thing. But for the school district data managers tasked with collecting, pulling, and submitting information to various state agencies, it’s a very very big deal. Because schools are taxpayer funded their transparency obligations are heavier […]

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20 Years In: Security’s Grand Challenges, Then and Now

20 Years In: Security’s Grand Challenges, Then and Now

>>ANNOUNCER: Please welcome Chief Security Officer, Akamai Technologies, Andy Ellis.>>ANDY ELLIS: Good morning, folks, and welcome back to another lovely day here in San Francisco. First off, I’d like to thank the RSA organizers for providing closed captioning for the keynotes. As someone who suddenly became hard of hearing last year, I personally really appreciate […]

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What is the Statement of Information ?

Hi everyone this is Kyle Anderson with Fidelity National Title, and on today’s episode of the title minute we are going to discuss the importance of the Statement of Information When preparing a Preliminary Title Report for a specific property, Fidelity will run a General Index Search for the name or company that own that […]

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Get Healthy Information & Coaching – Joanne

Get Healthy Information & Coaching – Joanne

I really didn’t know what a stable diet was. Anything that was fast. It was high protein, high fat, high salt. The Get Healthy coach would ring me every week. The goals were very realistic for me. I started stocking the fridge better. There was always cold water in the fridge, a bottle to grab. […]

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