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Introduction to Human Resources Research

Introduction to Human Resources Research

There are a wide variety of sources for information on human resources topics - professional magazines, peer reviewed journals, specialized sources for HR news and cases, and much more. Use these in your research assignments, or just to stay up to date on the HR field.

This tutorial is designed to familiarize you with sources for information on Canadian HR issues, and to help prepare you for research assignments on HR topics.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to search for human resources articles through Seneca Libraries databases, and how to evaluate sources using the CRAAP criteria.

This tutorial will take 20 minutes to complete.

  • Search for articles in library databases, in order to find information on human resources topics.
  • Use database search filters and advanced search techniques to refine search results by source type, publication date, and keywords.
  • Evaluate articles using the CRAAP criteria, in order to select quality research sources.
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