Introduction3 Types of CluesTask Words & What They MeanAsk Questions!
Generate Topic IdeasCustomize Your TopicThesis Statement vs. Research QuestionQUIZ: Test Yourself
Use the Best SourcesThe Information TimelineTypes of PublicationsPrimary & SecondaryPopular, Scholarly & Trade Journals
Basic Search TipsAccessing Library ResourcesWorldCatArticle DatabasesEbsco DatabasesInterlibrary LoanCommon Search ProblemsAdvanced Search Tips
Evaluate Your SourcesEvaluating Web Sites
Cite SourcesHow to Cite
QuizAdditional Tutorials
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This tutorial provides instruction to help you

  • Develop a sound research topic
  • Locate useful information sources
  • Critically evaluate information sources
  • Appropriately use those sources in your research project

Please work through the 6 lesson tabs at the top of the Guide and then take the Quiz.

This resource is derived from a LibGuide developed by Marquette University. It is used here by permission.
This resource is also derived from content and design elements developed for Research 101 by UWill, University of Washington Libraries, copyright 2000-2005. It is used here by permission. © UWill, University of Washington Libraries 2001-2004.

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