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Literature Searches
written by Gary Chottiner
This presentation outlines the importance of and best practices for literature searches on research projects. It includes suggestions for search techniques, rubrics for evaluating sources, and resources to help with the search process. This presentation was developed for a physics senior projects class.
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© 2009 Gary Chottiner
citations, information literacy, information resources, library search
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