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FYS 100 - James: Finding Information


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It's time to sit down at a computer and start researching. 

The thing to remember is that all the steps before this point were taken to make sure we don't waste time and look for exactly what we need.

In this section, we'll learn how to determine which types of sources we should look for, where to look for them, and learn about tools to help with citing them. 

Cartoon images depicting types of sources (two documents, one with a check mark and one with an X), finding sources (a paper with a magnifying glass), and citing sources (a paper with a pen above it).