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Library Instruction Goals
This guide can help you:
Form an approach to initiating the research assignment.
Explore topics for your paper or project. What motivates you?
Explore SU Libraries' information resources.
Start to gather information for an assignment
Manage & Organize
ProQuest RefWorks - Source citation tool
Please sign into your RefWorks account.
Keep RefWorks open in a tab at the top of your web browser.
Getting Started with ProQuest RefWorks
This guide shows you how to set up an account, add references, organize references into folders, create citations from scratch, and share those citations with others.
Don't hop into researching your topic just yet! Take the time to develop a list of keywords to use throughout your research.
KEYWORDS carry some of the most important meanings that will open doors to vast amounts of information. You can develop keywords by searching reference sources, books, websites, and thesauri, among other materials.
Creating keyword lists are important in that you will use these terms to search library tools such as the library catalog and article research databases.