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Science Information Cycle: Use


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Now that you have found the information you need, it is essential to synthesize it, use it accurately and appropriately, and provide citations for the sources where you found it. This section introduces evaluation criteria and highlights the importance of citing your sources.

Student in library. Couresy of UCI Communications.

What Are We Looking At Now?

In this section, you will:

  • Learn how to read a scientific article for relevancy
  • Know how to assess the credibility of science information
  • Understand how and why to give credit to sources written by others.

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