WHS RESEARCH GUIDE
This guide will help you develop effective search strategies as you move through the research process. Questions? Contact Ms. McGillis - stop in the library anytime or send her an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Use the navigation buttons at the top of this page to learn about different elements of the research process:
The Research Process: This section describes the various steps involved in the research process. It also provides you with information on developing your topic.
Finding Information: This section describes how you can access reliable and relevant information using databases, books, and websites, as well as primary vs. secondary sources.
Evaluating Information: This section explains how to critically assess and evaluate information, distinguish between scholarly vs. popular articles, and differentiate between authentic and false information.
Citing Your Sources: This section includes Noodletools, a citation generator. It also shows you how you can avoid plagiarism.
Citing Sources: Overview. libguides.mit.edu/citing#plagiarism.
Dr. Tetreault. Lecture. Dr. T's Lesson 6 Evidence and Citation.
Undergraduate Research. 30 Sept. 2021, libguides.lr.edu/c.php?g=458490.