For help writing a thesis statement, choosing research tools, and developing keywords, visit the Plan tab on this guide.
Next, think about using one of the topic overviews highlighted below to learn more your subject. These guides usually present both sides of an argument.
These search engines are useful for most research projects because they cover many different subjects. If you'd like to use a discipline specific search engine, visit one of the Subject Guides created by our subject specialists.
Your instructor will generally specify the preferred citation style for your class. Commonly used citation guides include:
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