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What is meant by scholarly information?
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Why would you choose to include a primary source?It may be useful to document a historic event with perspectives from that time.Why might you use secondary sources?Secondary sources may provide useful analyses of your topic.Knowing when the event you're researching happened is important, because?You need to know how much information is going to be available.True or False on Value: Free info has no value: False Only pay walled info has value: False Value may be contextual depending on what you need: True Value can mean usefulness: True All kinds of info can have value: TrueWhat is the difference of Google and Google Scholarly?Google: Searches different types of websites Google Scholarly:Searches only scholarly materials. PEER REVIEWEDUsing advanced search in Google Scholar would allow you to?Search for an exact phrase