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NEW 102: Global Transformations

Developing a Research Strategy

Searching online is something we do each day. In your ASU classes, you'll be asked to do research.This video explains why and how searching and researching are different things

Creating a search strategy is a key part of being successful (i.e., getting better results and spending less time) when doing academic research.

This video discusses important decisions you will be making when developing your search strategy.

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