With the advent of digitized sources, researchers have at their fingertips a fountain of information of all varieties. While some resources may be considered non-scholarly, they, in fact, are parts of the puzzle that must not be overlooked. Through threshold concepts, we can now teach researchers to find disparate resources that help complete that puzzle.
Dennis, Pamela, "Information Creation as a Process: Putting Together the Pieces through Disparate Resources" (2016). Dover Library Faculty Professional Development Activities. Paper 8.