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Ch 25: Using & Evaluating Sources for Writing

About This Chapter

Take a look at these video lessons and refresh your understanding of using and evaluating sources for writing. Learn about the importance of visuals in communication, utilizing reverse outlining, and how to contest ideas presented in resources.

Using & Evaluating Sources for Writing-Chapter Summary

Within this chapter, our knowledgeable instructors outline how to utilize and examine sources for writing. The lessons in this chapter will help you brush up on putting information to use for multimodal writing and ways to incorporate visuals in communication. In addition to this, you will review ways to find important concepts in various resources and learn to assess different sources with reverse outlining. You'll also focus on confronting significant ideas in research. By the time you finish this chapter, you'll be able to:

  • Understand the usefulness of numerous forms of data for multimodal writing
  • Identify the significance of visuals when communicating
  • Understand the differences between textual graphics and visual graphics
  • Recognize approaches for obtaining the main viewpoints of sources
  • Demonstrate the reverse outlining process to examine resources
  • Explain how to question main ideas in research

In our lessons, we use brief but engaging videos that provide you with the most important information that needs to be learned. Our lessons include self-assessment quizzes so that you can evaluate your comprehension. Use the video tags to conveniently move around to fundamental topics in the videos.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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