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Graduate Student - Library Orientation

Research Basics

Getting started with a research project or an assignment that requires the use of Library resources can be intimidating.

Not only does the Wildenthal Memorial Library offer access to an abundance of resources in a variety of formats and qualities, the Library also points learners to tips and tricks to make the research process more understandable.

From this page, look up to the top navigation of this website where it says RESEARCH HELP. Everything here is helpful! Hovering over RESEARCH HELP lists several useful links. Click into Research Basics (or just click these links directly) to read more about the research process which includes:

  • Getting Started With Research

  • Finding Sources

  • Types of Sources

  • Selecting and Evaluating Sources

  • Citing Sources

  • About Plagiarism