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For your English 1320 class, you will have to complete some kind of project that will test your library research skills.

You may already be a library whiz, or you may never have done library research before—either way, there are certain rules, strategies, and tips that you should know before you start your research. This tutorial will give you the rundown on library research, from topic to works cited page.

You don't have to do the whole tutorial at once, but you will need to do it in order. Watch the video to the right for more information about how to get around.

But before you start, take this assessment so you'll know where to focus:

Find out what you already know about library research!


Where is everything in the library?


How do I use this tutorial?



1. Choosing Keywords

2. Finding Resources

3. Search Strategies

4. Evaluating Resources

5. Citing Sources


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