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Welcome from your Librarian
I am your business research and instruction librarian. If you ever wish to contact me, I am only an email away, firstname.lastname@example.org
Librarian Conference Pre-Sheet
Before you meet with Teddy Stocking, our Business Librarian, take some time to fill this out. It will help order your initial thoughts and guide the discussion you have with him.
Citation Style Guide
For citation information, please review this guide. It provides detailed information for MLA, Chicago, and APA formats.
What You'll Find on this Guide
- Polls and data
Improving your sources
So you picked your readings and are ready to write your paper? It's important to not only rely on the readings Professor McDermott supplied. In order to appropriately discuss an issue, you are going to need to supply some context.
Here are a few questions you should ask:
- How current is my understanding of the issue? Time scope may mean you need to look for older topics
- Are there similar issues occurring in other places? This may include other regions and industries
- Can I find other formats discussing my issue? While news articles are a great place to start, other genres may explore your topic differently