1) Identify the source you've located through research and the issue (research question) you are considering that connects to your academic/professional interests. Who is (are) the author(s) of the source, what is the title of the source, where (in what journal, newspaper, magazine, or website) was it published, and what issue (research question) were you researching when you found this source?
2) Evaluate the source using relevant strategies discussed in the assigned reading and modeled in the "Evaluating Sources You Find Through Research" tutorial to answer the following questions:
[a] Where exactly does the source directly address the issue (research question) as proof that it is a relevant source? Use relevant features and examples from the source to explain.
[b] Why is the source up-to-date or still applicable? Use relevant features and examples from the source (and publication or website, where appropriate) to explain.
[c] What clues related to the author, publication, and text (document) indicate that the source is credible? Use relevant features and examples from the source (and helpful clues beyond the source) to explain.
[d] How can this source be useful in writing my synthesis? Use relevant features and examples from the source (and your understanding of your goals in writing a synthesis) to explain.
Answer in complete sentences 4-5 sentences for each question