Research Project Calculator
Research Project Calculators can assist with planning your work. Enter the date you will start, the due date, choose the class subject and/or assignment type, and it will break down your project into stages. Some give percentages of time to spend, others give dates due for each stage. Some link to resources on navigating each stage. Try this one from University of Toronto:
Digital Humanities Research Tools
Questions to think about:
1. What is the authority behind the information?
2. What is the purpose of the information?
3. How biased or neutral is the information?
4. Can the information be verified from other sources?
How to use this Guide
This guide contains multiple pages for research sources differentiated by type and by subtopic.
The links provided are free to UML users. You may be asked to sign in using your UML credentials or create a new account with the specific vendor.
There are many links that are free to anyone.