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Organizational Management and Leadership (OML): OML Information Sources

From the Schools of Social Work & Public Health Library for the Silberman School of Social Work

Publicly Available Information Resources for OML

Research Institutes and Think Tanks

"Think tanks are organizations that have significant autonomy from governmental interests and that synthesize, create, or disseminate information, ideas, or advice to the public, policymakers, other organizations, and the press." 

Anderson, G. L. & Herr, K.G. (Eds) (2007).  Think Tanks.  In Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice. (Vol. 3, pp. 1369-1372). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Reference. Retrieved here

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Evaluating Websites

As the saying goes, "you cannot judge a book by its cover".  Likewise, one must look closely and with a critical eye at webpages in order to evaluate them for credibility, accuracy, currency, authority and bias.  Here are some tools to help you create strategies for effectively evaluating website:

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