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This guide focuses on research resources for your English classes.
Last Updated: Nov 9, 2016 URL: http://classguides.lib.uconn.edu/WtbyENG Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Class Objectives

"It has been said that the Stone Age did not end because man ran out of stones. Instead, Stone Age technology was superceded by new tools and capabilities."  -- D. Lankes. "Credibility on the internet: shifting from authority to reliability." Journal of Documentation 64. 5 (2008): 667-686.

After this session you will:  

  • Be prepared to find a searchable research topic 
  • Have an idea of search strategies and keywords
  • Become familiar with the Libraries' homepage: www.lib.uconn.edu
  • Know how to find  articles and books
  • Understand the difference between scholarly and popular articles
  • Understand the need to cite and how to read citations
  • Have an awareness of strategies for evaluating web pages 
  • Know how to request books, articles, and videos from other libraries
  • Have a general understanding of the library and feel comfortable asking for help from a librarian

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