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  • 1. Research Steps
  • 2.
    • Step 1: Select a topic
    • * Think about topics that interest you
    • - Remember, you want to choose a topic
    • that is not too broad or too narrow (ex. Not WWII, but rather
    • the bombing of Pearl Harbor)
  • 3.
    • Step 2: Get an overview of your topic
    • * Before diving into your research you want
    • to get background information
    • - Consider an encyclopedia source to lay the ground work and
    • introduce you to the topic you chose
  • 4.
    • Step 3: Begin searching online databases and
    • the school library catalog
    • * Check out the links on the library page for easy access to these sources
    • - Examples: EBSCOhost, E-Library, ABC-CLIO
    • These sources are reliable and will contain information that is both accredited and most importantly legitimate!
  • 5.
    • Step 4: Process your research
    • - READ your research (this is the only way you can truly learn about your topic)
    • * Consider writing note cards for information you want to use, creating a web diagram or outline…use what works BEST for you!
  • 6.
    • Step 5: Create your final product
    • - Remember to keep track of the sources
    • you use and CITE them correctly!