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How to Use This Guide
This guide was created specifically for the FYS course, Yeats taught by Dr. Lawrence Morris.
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We're Here To Help!
Reference librarians can help you at any stage of the research process. Please stop by the Reference Desk, call us (610-921-7211) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And when the library is closed, get help at Ask Here PA.
A good print or online encyclopedia can provide beginning researchers with the following:
- an overview of a topic and how it fits into the broader picture,
- the various aspects of a topic to help broaden or narrow the area of research,
- the vocabulary associated with the topic to help identify appropriate keywords to use at the computer,
- the names of important people, companies or places involved with the topic,
- a bibliography to lead to other relevant items on the topic, including major studies, books, articles and researchers.
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