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|4.a||Differentiate between scholarly (research-based) and popular (informational, summary, or opinion-based) sources||Identify peer-reviewed research||Critique the peer-review process and the use of grey literature|
|4.b||Apply evaluation criteria such as currency, authority, bias, level, & exploration (i.e. CABLE/s)||Compare/contrast sources (including scholarly articles) using evaluation criteria such as currency, authority, bias, level, & exploration (i.e. CABLE/s)||Evaluate quality of research (including argument, methods, findings, and analysis) within studies|
|4.c||Select sources based on relevance to topic and assignment||Select sources that best meet an information need based on the audience, context, and purpose of various formats||Select sources that best explain the research question(s) and impact in the discipline|