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A general guide through the process of writing a researched paper or putting together a project that involves background research.
Research Basics - an open academic research skills course - JSTOR & ITHAKA
Research Basics is a free online course developed by JSTOR. Three modules include effective searching, establishing credibility, and citing scholarly work. Each module has 3 brief lessons, 3 practice quizzes, and an assessment at the end of each module.
Save time and avoid frustration by tracking which databases you search and the search statements you use. Below is a matrix (spreadsheet) on which you can track resources consulted.
A 3-minute YouTube video tutorial on setting up the MyEBSCOhost account, saving articles, persistent links to searches, saved searches, search alerts and more. This account can also be used to download EBSCO eBooks.
Guide by Marie Sciangula, Assistant Director of the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center (TLTC) at Purchase College, SUNY. Includes Zotero, Mendeley, Qiqqa, RefWorks, EndNote, BibMe, and EasyBib. Helpful chart compares which tool is best for various applications.
A research guide explaining how to use Zotero, the free citation management program. The guide was developed by Necia Wolff of the Blume Library.