Institutional, Organizational and Governmental Agency Sources

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In this discussion, you will not only have an opportunity to seek out
grey literature for your research, but also apply the considerations
you’ve learned to determine if you should use them in your research. To get started, review the guidelines for using information from various types of sources (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and by watching the Evaluating Web Resources (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
tutorial from the UoR Library. Conduct an Internet search for
institutional, organizational, and governmental agencies that provide
information relevant to understanding and researching your topic of
interest and research focus. Remember to reach out to the UoR Library if
you struggle finding applicable institutional , organizational or
governmental agency websites. In the text of your initial post:

  • Identify two such sources and describe the kind of information that is available from each source.
  • Provide links to your two sources or attach the document(s) themselves.
  • Explain how the information you found through the institutional,
    organizational, or governmental Internet sites is relevant to your topic
    and research question.
  • Decide if it would be reasonable and ethically acceptable to include
    information from these two sources in a formal research project on your
    topic, and explain your decision.

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