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This guide was created to help you with research for your POL 151 research project, and is meant to help you find resources for your research project. If you need further research assistance, you can find my contact information in the box on the left. I am available to answer questions over email, phone, or over Zoom. To set up a Zoom appointment, click the "Schedule Appointment" button in profile box. Please let me know if there are questions you have that the guide does not answer.
In this guide you will find help with:
Finding books: This tab will explain how to find books (print and electronic) using Milner's catalog. Book sources can be very helpful when being introduced to a new topic, or finding background information about a topic.
Finding articles:this tab will explain how to find scholarly, peer reviewed articles using Milner's databases. Scholarly articles are important to include as in-depth analysis on a topic.
Finding news: this tab will explain how to find news articles using Milner's databases. News sources are great evidence for discovering the most current information about a topic.
Finding links to Useful non-library sites. These links will help you find credible information on your topics from trusted sources, like government sites or data-gathering sites.
Evaluating sources: this tab will suggest some strategies for thinking critically about different sources in order to choose the best examples for your project.
Citing:this tab will help you cite the sources you select correctly.