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EGR 104

The EGR 104 Library Guide has been deveolped to assist you in accomplishing some of the key class assignments and course learning objectives.

Finding credible sources in engineering & other related fields

These sources help you determine what kind of information you have found. You need to know if it is reliable or not. You will also need to learn how to tell if something is a scholarly article or not. These all have quizzes at the end.

Web vs Library Research Databases  Explains why the library and its resources are still important in the age of Google.

Evaluating Resources

Generating and Using Keywords

Research Methodologies

Picking a Research Methodology is not always easy if you have never done an experiment or other research. While the best database we have for this focuses on Social Science research methods, it is very helpful for new researchers in the Science & Engineering fields as well.

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