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By the end of this session, you will be able to:
- create search strategies based on your research question.
- navigate databases to retrieve useful information resources.
- capture citation information in APA format.
- identify people and services for asking follow-up questions.
Part I: Moving from a Research Question to a Search Strategy
- Identifying Keywords
- Reviewing Search Strategies
- Testing a Research Question
Part II: Searching
Part III: Wrapping Up
, Criminal Justice
, Gardening and Horticulture
, Government Publications
, Health Sciences
, Native American Studies
, Political Science
, Psychology and Cognitive Science
, Urban Studies