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Research Review In order to gain points, answer the following questions correctly AND be prepared to show the class how yo...
You are a night owl and a hermit. Can you still get assistance from the library at 12am?
What is the best source to use to find an overview of your topic or when starting your research?
What is the difference between primary and secondary sources?
What are the best sources to use to find secondary research?
Does the library have access to this source? Sittler, Ryan, and Douglas Cook.  The Library Instruction Cookbook. Chicago: ...
What are the best sources to use to find primary research?
Does the library have access to this source? Fraser, T G. Ireland in Conflict: 1922-1998. Florence, KY: Routledge, 1999.
Does the library have access to this source? How many people have cited it? If not, how would you get it? Rubin, Irene S. ...
Does the library have access to this source? How many people have cited it? If not, how would you get it? Schlossman, Stev...
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  1. 1. Research Review In order to gain points, answer the following questions correctly AND be prepared to show the class how you got your answer. Good luck!
  2. 2. You are a night owl and a hermit. Can you still get assistance from the library at 12am?
  3. 3. What is the best source to use to find an overview of your topic or when starting your research?
  4. 4. What is the difference between primary and secondary sources?
  5. 5. What are the best sources to use to find secondary research?
  6. 6. Does the library have access to this source? Sittler, Ryan, and Douglas Cook. The Library Instruction Cookbook. Chicago: Association of College Research Libraries, 2009.
  7. 7. What are the best sources to use to find primary research?
  8. 8. Does the library have access to this source? Fraser, T G. Ireland in Conflict: 1922-1998. Florence, KY: Routledge, 1999.
  9. 9. Does the library have access to this source? How many people have cited it? If not, how would you get it? Rubin, Irene S. 1994. "Early Budget Reformers: Democracy, Efficiency, and Budget Reforms." American Review of Public Administration 24 (3): 229-229.
  10. 10. Does the library have access to this source? How many people have cited it? If not, how would you get it? Schlossman, Steven. "The crime of precocious sexuality: Female juvenile delinquency in the progressive era." Harvard Educational Review 48.1 Feb. (1978): 65-94
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