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Develop a Research Strategy

There are many benefits to having a research strategy before you delve into searching for resources.

The guide linked below will walk you through the different steps of creating a research strategy. 

Finding Books

Your professor may require you to use books in your research paper or project. The guide linked below can help you to find physical books in our library's collection. 

Finding eBooks

In addition to physical books, the Kreitzberg Library also has access to thousands of eBooks. 

You can find more information in the guide linked below. 

Find Articles by Topic

If you know your topic, you can use the information on the guide linked below to find journal articles to support your topic. 

Find a Specific Article

If you find a journal article and want to see if the Library has electronic access to it, you can see instructions on how to find a specific journal article in the guide below. 

Evaluate Sources

Once you've found your sources, you will want to evaluate them to see if you can use them in your research project. Use the guide linked below to see how to evaluate your sources. 

Cite My Sources

Once you've found and evaluated your sources, you will want to cite those sources you've used in your research paper. This guide will help you to cite your sources in either APA, MLA, or Chicago citation styles. 

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