Here are some useful tips to help you get the most out of your catalog and database searches.
Using the right search terms can help immensely in the research process. Listed below are a few possible terms to help get you started:
How to calculate the heart rate from an ECG [video]
How to record a 12-lead ECG [video]
Introduction to EKG Interpretation: Part 1 [video]
Introduction to EKG Interpretation: Part 2 [video]
Introduction to EKG Interpretation: Part 3 [video]
When using internet sources in a research project it is important to take critical look at the website you are using and to determine if it contains reliable information. Look for the following when evaluating websites.
Authority - Does the site have an author or sponsoring organization that is qulified and knowledgeable about the topic you are researching?
Accuracy - Is the information on the site correct? You may need to have a second source to fact check against if you are not sure.
Currency - Is the website up-to-date? Look for copyrights or the date the site was last updated to make sure you are not getting out-dated information.
Objectivity - Is the Information on the site biased? Look for ads, editorial writings, or other indications that the site is meant to sway the audience to a particular point of view.
Coverage - How comprehensive is the site? Look to see if the the purpose or goals of the site are clearly given. Make sure they are not promoting a particular product or ideology.