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Library Research Strategies

Welcome, Researchers!

 This guide provides access to information on how to conduct research at the library. 

Beginning Researchers: New to a university library?  Choose this link to learn how to get started.

Intermediate Researchers:  If you know research basics but wish to learn more about citation, source evaluation and other topics choose this link.

Advanced Researchers:  If you are a graduate student or faculty member interested in fine-tuning your research process, click here.

Learning More:  If you wish to attend a library workshop on a special research topic, request a class session, or learn how to get help with research assignments, click here.

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