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You will use this guide to start to learn the background on a topic, event, person, or theory. You'll find dates, the history, links to other resources and more. If you have any questions about your research remember to ASK A LIBRARIAN or email Librarian Sylvia Rosillo.
What will we cover?
Find a research topic by gathering facts with Credo
Conduct basic and advance searches in Oakton's Library Catalog & Opposing Viewpoints
Identify relevant keywords and phrase
Use background resources to formulate specific questions about a research topic
Learn about different kinds of findings in databases and journalistic sources
Learn to give credit to original ideas of others through proper attribution and citation