Sample keyword searches:
“latest findings”, “medical breakthrough”, “sugar consumption”, “fast food”, “vaccines”, “fluoride”, “caffeine”,“test scores”, “climate change”
Once you have viewed an interesting data set, see what research articles have been based on the data.
1. Explore Data Sets, and find one that looks interesting.
2. Explore Research Articles:
Search Hamilton's OneSearch with the name of the data set as a phrase ("in quotes"), and limit to Scholarly & Peer Review
Search Google Scholar with the name of the data set as a phrase ("in quotes")
In order to evaluate sources, try the ACCORD method.
Briefly, ACCORD means:
For more detail, take a look at this guide on evaluating resources
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