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UNI 110/ASU 120 Critical Reading & Thinking

Welcome!

This Guide will help you use the library to find the sources you'll need for your position papers and debate project. 

Use the Finding Topics tab to help you choose a topic.

Use the Finding Sources: Research Databases tab to access articles from library databases.

Use the Evaluating Your Sources tab to help you choose the best articles.

Use the Citing Your Sources tab to cite your sources properly.

Why Use Library Resources?

Why Use the Library When You Could Use Google?
Explains why the library and its resources are better than Google for college assignments.

There are lots of other tutorials available that can help you use the library! Click the link below to see the full list:

http://lib.asu.edu/tutorials

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