Resources:

https://thebig6.org/thebig6andsuper3-2

https://lib.d.umn.edu/research-collections/information-literacy-instruction

https://www.emich.edu/library/help/tutorials/assets/reliability/story_html5.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drej6K44avI&t=1s

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