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Whether for a class or to pursue personal interests, research is a process to explore new ideas and to build on previously known information. The process includes many steps, and when accomplished in an organized series of steps, the research helps to inform the researcher. These steps progress from choosing a topic to composing the final product. Use the above tabs to help build on your previous research experiences and adjust to the higher standards recommended for college research projects with these tips and guidelines.
Introduction to Research
Bridging the Gap: A Guide to College-Level Research
This Open Education Resource (OER) was developed by Catherine Gray for use as a text for the Introduction to Information Research. Students are welcome to download it and use it to facilitate your research! Contact me if you have any questions or suggestions to improve it.
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