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English 2000 Animal Welfare & The Natural World: Background/ Foundational Information

Course Guide for Laurie Drummond's Fall 2017 English 2000 class.

Science Librarian

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David Dunaway

Additional Help

Been a while since you have researched? We have some awesome tutorials to help clear away the cobwebs. 

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Starting Research

Researching a topic can be a difficult process but it doesn't have to be. There are steps you can take to make your research process easy and stress free. Much like how you can't build a house without a solid foundation, you can't begin researching unless you have a good, solid foundation of information.This is a good time to begin figuring out what you want your topic to be and researching the context of what your topic is about. Come up with a list of keywords that you want to search and use the links below to help you find out information about your topic.  

Agriculture Support Librarian

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