FRED Interactive: Data Citations

The five key elements of a data citation are author, title, distributor, date, and persistent identifier. In this interactive lesson, students learn about creating good data citations.

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Related: Measuring Financial and Economic Risk with FRED – Page One Economics Data Primer Series, simple, short overview of a data-related topic that offers students an opportunity to use close reading strategies.

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Education Level: 9-12 College
Subjects: Data Literacy
Concepts: Employment
Resource Types: Data Charts/Graphs Online Module
Languages: English
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