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Library Session Learning Outcomes

By the end of this session, students will be able to:

  • Describe what a peer-reviewed article is
  • Describe the difference between research and review articles
  • Create an effective search strategy for finding peer-reviewed articles
  • Choose appropriate tools for finding peer-reviewed articles
  • Get research help

How Can a Librarian Help?

Librarians are available to help with every step of the research process. We are information professionals and love working with students to connect you with the information you need. We can help you:

* choose a research topic or find a research question

* broaden or narrow your topic

* find sources, whether they are books, articles, maps, music, data, etc. We can help you do great searches using Libraries tools and search engines like Google. 

* evaluate sources. Is it credible? Is it peer-reviewed? etc.

* recommend tools for organizing your research and citations..

 

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