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INQS 125 - Spring Term 2015 - Professor Joe Wilkins
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Getting Around in this Research Guide

This set of pages can be navigated using the TABS along the top.

Encyclopedias - background facts, topical overviews, reference lists to get you started...

Books - an authored non-fiction book typically covers one topic in depth from a particular perspective; edited books may include chapters by various authors, each presenting an essay or other treatment of some aspect of a similar topic.  Use the index as well as the table of contents...

Articles - from periodicals, whether popular, trade or scholarly, often cover a narrow aspect of a topic...

Interlibrary Loan is useful to obtain articles and other materials from other libraries.  The service is quick and "free" to you...

Citing Sources - resources to find examples for MLA and other styles.  Some citation generators are shown & discussed...

Open Web Sources - when you use Google or other open web browsers, be sure to think critically about your results... 

Ask Questions!  -  use your resources, including librarians and the library's peer student research team...

Music from Your Textbooks - it's just very cool (to me) that the chapter headings for one of your textbooks are song titles (or key lyric phrases)...

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