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This Guide Will Help You To......
Form an approach to researching your spice.
Identify the use of information sources based on the type of information (i.e. books for background / journal articles for scholarly conversations)
Use keywords from a research question or statement to search.
Distinguish differences between popular and scholarly articles.
Explore the library's information resources.
Start to gather information to create your brochure & Power Point.
Sometimes, a structured approach to research can help to organize ideas and the way you think about information sources:
1. Explore topic basics (casual web searching)
2. Background (library catalog: books)
3. Current research topics (library databases: scholarly communications via journal articles)
4. Support your argument (source citation - APA format)