Library workshops & Laulima quiz
How to help your students (don’t have time, don’t see how it’s related to what they want to do at college, don’t know how) avoid plagiarism:
Documentation is not just about having a reference list:
Favorite Google tools: More Tips & Tricks
FAQs from students: How to cite a web article?
Statista contains ready made statistical graphs, tables, reports, and forecasts taken from published government or industry reports, and presented in an easy to read format. It includes industries and companies on communications, demographics, e-commerce, environment, finance, health, internet, leisure, marketing, public opinion, society, sports, technology, travel, etc. These graphs, tables, etc may be downloaded and inserted into Powerpoint or Excel.
All information, charts, graphs, etc are linked to the original or primary sources such as U.S. Census, American Marketing Association, Gallup, Neilsen, World Bank, etc. Automatic reference citation feature is available.
Search Box: Try Climate Change
Sort By: Relevance [most appropriate]; Date of Publication [provide historical view]
Search Accuracy: Choose High if you want to focus your search words. Choose Wide if you want any one of your search words.
Select statistic Millennials: Do you think the issue of climate change is very pressing?
In Options on the left: Select Settings to change bar chart to line chart or table
In Download As on the left: Select Graphic | Excel | Powerpoint | PDF
In Source | Release | Further Info: Select Release. Click on the Source Link and go to the paged indicated, p. 23.
Select Citation for automatic APA or MLA referencing. The original source is cited as Statista is merely the aggregrator, not the source.
Other Types of Results:
In the Search Box at the top right corner: Type in Climate Change again
Explore the Forecasts, Studies, Dossiers & Industry Reports, Topics, Infographics
Try the Filters: Publications, Category, Regions
Browse Industries, Companies & Topics, Infographics on the blue tab