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11th Grade American History Paper: Research Basics

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Primary Sources in Noodle Tools

James figured out how to mark your sources as primary sources in Noodle Tools.

Here's how: After you are done with the citation and you are looking at your list of sources you can mark it as a primary source by checking the box next to the citation then clicking on "select an attribute" and choosing "primary source."

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When researching using the World Wide Web, be sure to apply the CRAAP test to anything you read. 

C: Currency

R: Relevance

A: Authority

A: Accuracy

P: Purpose

More details about CRAAP here.