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The Research Process Library Resources
What is available in your Library?
I Have To Write a WHAT????
A RESEARCH PAPER!!!!!
What Are Your Information Tools?
What Research Questions Do I Ask????
Use Multiple Sources, Select, and Retrieve.
Here Are Your Choices:
Over 10,000 Non-Fiction Books (books of facts)
Reference Books: Atlas Almanac Encyclopedia Biographical Dictionary Geographic Dictionary Specific Subject Encyclopedia Readers Guide (indexes magazine articles) Other Indexes
Biography and Autobiography Books
Non Book tools: Newspapers Magazines Maps Political Cartoons Surveys Videos
Photographs or Interviews or Organizations (ex: Red Cross)
What is Plagiarism????? To steal and pass off as ones own the work of another. DO NOT USE SOMEONE ELSES WORDS!!! PUT IN YOUR OWN WORDS!!!!!! DO NOT COPY!!!!!!!
Need Help???? See Your Librarian
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