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Making a Research Question
A good research question is thought-provoking and requires investigation. Here’s how to make one.
Information Cycle, Identifying Sources
Use the information cycle to know where to look for what you need.
What your Looking For, Identifying Sources
What you’re looking for determines where you should look.
How Much Do You Know, Identifying Sources
The more background knowledge you have the more difficult the source you can work with.