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Researching 101: 36 tips to propel your college research and help you find the authoritative information your professor will love

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Date Added to MERLOT: April 16, 2013
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Submitter : Ellen Metter

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How do you find scholarly journals to support college presentations and papers? What are scholarly journals? Are there reasons for students to use the campus library – in addition to “Googling it?” These are a few of the questions answered in RS 101. Written by an academic librarian, RS 101 is meant for current and future college... More

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research 101, research methods, college success, internet searching, database searching, researching 101, finding information, search strategies, research strategies, research handbooks, research methodology, library orientation, research tips, electronic information resource literacy, library research, new college students, college prep, internet literacy, libraries and students

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, College Lower Division
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