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

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

Are there reasons for students to use the campus library – in addition to “Googling it?” How do you find scholarly journals to support college presentations and papers? What are scholarly journals? 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 students - and anyone wanting to brush up on researching skills. Professors may consider recommending RS 101 as a supplemental text to students to be sure they're ready when it comes time to find the authoritative information needed for their assignments. Author Ellen Metter is a research librarian on the Auraria campus, home to three schools of higher education: University of Colorado Denver, Metropolitan State University of Denver, and the Community College of... Show More
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Sally Robertson
Sally Robertson (Librarian)
3 years ago
The mirror site works great. Looks like a great books that would really help students improve their research skills. Give some very practical tips. Good for an introductory research class at the beginning of the semester.
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