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To conduct research, you need to be able to:
- identify what you are looking for (determine the topic)
- assess the type of information needed
- find the information
- evaluate to insure the information is useful and trustworthy
- document your sources and avoid plagiarism
Using Library Online Sources
Citing Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism
Noodletools Quick Guide
Learn how to create a new account, start a new project and a source list, create notecards, share a project with your teacher, and set up a project collaboration with your classmates.
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A reference management tool for creating and managing MLA, APA, and other style citations supporting student and faculty research. Fully integrated with the library search engine.