Many library resources you need for your research are available online, including remote access to databases, ebooks, ejournals, and digitized primary sources. You can also use Express Retrieval to request books from our circulating collections. Learn more about library access during COVID-19.
This interactive tutorial will introduce you to the differences between primary and secondary sources and how they can be used in your research. You will pick a scenario & get a chance to practice by deciding if certain sources are primary or secondary.
Learn to create effective searches using keyword selection, combining keywords into search strings, and how to revise searches to find what you’re looking for. Includes practice activities. Keywords: Boolean, searching
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