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Research Process

Below you will find links to Information Skills modules provided by Credo Reference to guide the research process

Finding Background Information/Choosing a Topic

Finding Books

Thinking About How to Frame Your Search

Library databases are an organized collection of electronic information that allows a user to search for a particular topic, article, book, image or video in a variety of ways (e.g., keyword, subject, author, title).Some databases are general in what they cover, while others are more subject specific. The library provides this information for you for free.

Citing Your Sources

Keep track of where you are finding your information and cite those materials properly. Register for your own account once you are on the site. 


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