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This guide was created specifically for FYS 100 Evolution: What's All the Fuss About? Use the tabs above to learn about the library and its resources!
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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.
Making Research a Little Easier
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.
, Area Studies
, Computer Science
, Criminology/Crime and Justice
, Digital Media
, Earth Sciences
, Environmental Studies
, Family Studies
, Finance & Investing
, First Year Seminars
, International Relations
, Latin American & Caribbean Studies
, Political Science