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How to Use This Guide
This guide was created to support FYS100U, The Scientific Revolution: Progress and Paradox (Fall 2014)
Click the links to learn about the Library, its resources, and the research process.
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The Albright Library Research Den
The Library's Research Den has tutorials and links to help you succeed in your research.
- Tutorials that give an overview of the research porcess and explanations of specific steps.
- A list of citation tools to help manage tracking articles and books for your research.
- Links to the Academic Learning Center, Writing Center, and the Information Technology HelpDesk.
Understand the research process
The Purdue Online Writing Center (OWL) is an excellent resource for researchers. It is provided as a free service to help users find information to help with many writing projects. Some of the topics covered include:
- General Writing
- Research and Citation
- Subject-Specific Writing
- English as a Second Language
- OWL Exercises
You can also search the web for other specialized resources.
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