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Need help getting started with your research and finding information to support your paper? Start here!
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This guide can help you with the following skills necessary for writing a college level research paper:

  • Topic Development
    Explore strategies, resources, and tools that can help you come up with topic ideas or hone your topic into a research question.
  • Finding Books & Articles
    Learn strategies for choosing keywords and constructing an effective search.
  • Evaluating Information
    Learn to be a skeptic when it comes to information. Discover what questions to ask when you are considering information from both print and online sources.
  • Citing Sources
    Give credit where credit is due! Resources for citing your sources using MLA style.

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