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New College Writing Program Library Guide

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  • Use the Getting Started: Videos & Tutorials tab to locate and watch instructive videos to help you with the resource process.
  • Use the Finding Topics tab to help with the initial directon of your inquiry.
  • Use the Research Question tab to help focus your search for information.
  • Use the Find Background Information tab to locate related and contextual materials about your subject or topic.
  • Use the Creating a Search Strategy tab to learn how to use keywords and other search terms to find research material on the Library One Search or other online databases. 
  • Use the Finding Articles: Research Databases tab to access articles AND/OR use the Research Databases by Discipline tab to access articles from multidisciplinary and research specific databases. 
  • Use the Evaluating Sources tab to learn more about selecting materials for your research.
  • Use the Citing Sources & Avoiding Plagiarism tab for information on citations and academic integrity. 
  • Use the Annotated Bibliography tab for assistance in writing a successful annotated bibliography.

This guide accompanies your online textbook New College Writing Program.

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