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Strategies for Selecting Your Sources
- Read the abstract or summary. Get a quick sense of whether the source might be useful.
- Follow leads. Use a relevant source and its citations to locate other sources on the same topic.
- Quilt your information together. If you're not finding information that exactly matches your topic, use pieces of information from sources that are related.
A Perfect Source? NCSC Libraries
Question: Which strategy for selecting sources (1-3) does this video suggest?