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The Department of Informatics focuses on the use and movement of information. Technology enables this effort, but legal, social, economic, and ethical constraints are imperative components of study for people who will become "information leaders."

How to Use this Guide

This guide is for students taking classes in the Informatics Department or researching topics related to informatics. It has the following tabs:

Finding Articles and online databases: Recommends databases for researching informatics topics

Evaluating sources: Provides resources to help you evaluate information sources you find in your research

Citations in APA Style: Provides resources to help you write correct citations in APA style

Journalism Resources: Redirects to the Journalism Research Guide

Film/Media Resources: Redirects to the tab of the Journalism Research Guide recommending databases and journals on these topics


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